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US Administration Defends Its Right To Start Wars On A Whim

us administration defends its right to start wars on a whim
Authored by Andrei Akulov via The Strategic Culture Foundation, *The US Constitution says that only Congress can declare war for an extended time but there is a workaround.* * * *Congress..
Zero Hedge

Current War Authority Sufficient, Top US Officials Say

Top U.S. national security officials have warned congressional Republicans and Democrats demanding a new war authorization that existing laws governing combat operations against terrorist groups are..
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News video: 2001, 2002 war authorizations should not be repealed: Tillerson and Mattis

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President Donald Trump's top national security aides on Monday urged U.S. lawmakers reviewing congressional war authorization to avoid imposing geographic or time limits on the military's campaign..
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News video: Trump Administration's Response To Call For Congressional War Authorization

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on Monday, national security aides to President Donald Trump pushed back against lawmakers calling for a new congressional war authorization. Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis stated, “War is..
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News video: War Authorization Limits Challenged By Trump Admin

War Authorization Limits Challenged By Trump Admin 00:47

On Monday, President Donald Trump’s top national security aides urged U.S. lawmakers reviewing congressional war authorization to avoid imposing geographic or time limits on the military’s campaign..
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Trump administration does not want limits on war authorization

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump's top national security aides pushed back on Monday against U.S. lawmakers calling for a new congressional war authorization, saying it would be a mistake..
Reuters

Tillerson, Mattis tell senators new war authority not needed

Senior U.S. national security officials told Congress on Monday a new war authorization is "not legally required" to conduct combat operations against terrorist groups and warned lawmakers that..
FOXNews.com

The Latest: Leaders say new war powers resolution unneeded

The Latest on Congress' consideration of a new war authority for U.S. troops (all times local): 5:30 p.m. Senior U.S. national security officials say a new war authorization is "not legally required"..
FOXNews.com

Senators to press Tillerson and Mattis on new war authority

senators to press tillerson and mattis on new war authority
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump's national security brain trust faces Congress on the need for a new war authorization as the deadly ambush in Niger is igniting a push among many lawmakers to..
WorldNews Also reported by •Seattle Times

As militant threats shift, U.S. Senate revives war authorization debate

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. lawmakers will grill top Trump administration officials on Monday about a new authorization for the use of military force for the campaign against Islamic State and other..
Reuters India Also reported by •Reuters

US Lawmakers Draft New War Authorization


RIA Nov.

Have We Learned Anything From The Iraq War Vote?

Two Democrats who voted against the war authorization discuss it on this week's "Candidate Confessional."
Huffington Post

Senate rejects bipartisan push for new US war authorization

The Senate on Wednesday rejected a bipartisan push for a new war authorization against the Islamic State and other terrorist groups, electing to let the White House rely on a 16-year-old law passed..
FOXNews.com Also reported by •Newsmax

Senate Keeps War-Authorization Resolutions Dating Back to Early 2000s

The Senate voted Wednesday to retain two resolutions authorizing the use of military force that date back to the early 2000s, even while lawmakers from both parties complained that Congress has avoided..
Wall Street Journal

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