War Powers

Douglas L. Kriner, “Obama’s Authorization Paradox: Syria and Congress’s Continued Relevance in Military Affairs,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol. 44 (June 2014): pp. 309-327.

Daniel Strieff, “Arms Wrestle: Capitol Hill Fight Over Carter’s 1978 Middle East ‘Package’ Airplane Sale,” Diplomatic History, Vol. 40 (June 2016): pp. 475-499.

Jasmine Farrier, “Judicial Restraint and the New War Powers,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol. 46 (June 2016): pp. 387-410.

Bryan W. Marshall and Brandon C. Prins, “When Political Gridlock Reigns in Presidential Foreign Policy: Policy Availability and the Role of Congress,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol. 46 (Dec. 2016): pp. 763-790.

Susanne Schorpp and Charles J. Finocchiaro, “Congress and the President in Times of War,” American Politics Research, Vol. 45 (September 2017): pp. 840-865.

Sarah Burns, “Debating War Powers: Battles in the Clinton and Obama Administrations,” Political Science Quarterly, Vol 132 (Summer 2017): 203-223.

Peter Haas, “Does it Even Work? A Theoretical and Practical Evaluation of the War Powers Resolution,” Congress and the Presidency, Vol 144 (Summer 2017): 235-258.

Louis Fisher, “A Challenge to Presidential Wars: Smith v. Obama,” Congress and the Presidency, Vol 144 (Summer 2017): 259-282.

Babak Bahador, Jeremy Moses, and William Lafi Youmans, “Rhetoric and Recollection: Recounting the George W. Bush Administration’s Case for War in Iraq,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, Vol 48 (March 2018): 4-26.

Susanne Schorpp and Charles J. Finocchiaro, “Congress and the President in Times of War,” American Politics Research, Vol 45 (Sept. 2017): 840-865.

Andrew Patrick, “Woodrow Wilson, the Ottomans, and World War I,” Diplomatic History, Vol 42 (Nov 2018): 886-910.