Antiterrorism and the Withering of the 1973 War Powers Resolution
Michael Rubner examines the extent to which the Reagan administration complied with the 1973 War Powers Resolution in the two military encounters with Libya in March and April of 1986. He concludes that both the letter and spirit of the law were violated in the two cases and that the probabilities for securing strict presidential adherence to the law in the future remain low.
War Powers: The President, the Congress, and the Question of War, Donald L. Westerfield Reviewed by Michael Rubner
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North Korea and the West
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