The officially stated goals of the foreign policy of the united states the us constitution gives much of the foreign policy decision making to the presidency but the senate has a role in ratifying treaties and the supreme court interprets treaties when cases are presented to it. Foreign policy and the constitution october 2015 o volume 44 number 10 o tom cotton this dangerous turn of events offers an occasion to reflect on the state of american foreign policy today and on the constitutions place in our foreign policy. An understanding of the constitutions foreign affairs power by thomas j campbell on april14 1986 elements of the united states naval and air forces carried out military action against five . The constitution considered only for its affirmative grants of power capable of affecting the issue is an invitation to struggle for the privilege of directing american foreign policy . The constitution of the united states doesnt say anything specific about foreign policy but it does make clear who is in charge of americas official relationship with the rest of the world
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