"The U.S. Congress and U.S. Foreign Policy"
Donald Wolfensberger, director of Congress Project
The progress of the War in Iraq has brought new emphasis to the often tense relationship between the executive and legislative branches in the making of American foreign policy. In truth, the Congressional role in foreign relations goes far beyond its war powers responsibilities and touches upon every aspect of America's dealings with other countries. Don Wolfensberger explains the ways in which Congressional action affects international relations.