SOURCE: New York Times
by Jack Goldsmith and Samuel Moyn
Recent presidents, including Joe Biden, have relied on an expansive view of presidential powers under Article II of the Constitution to conduct military action outside of the framework of declared war.
SOURCE: New Statesman
Stephen Wertheim questions whether politicians will heed the overwhelming public desire to scale back military intervention and get the Pentagon's spending under control.
by Ray Smock
Klaatu Barack nikto.
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