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Cornell International Law Journal: Vol. 49 : No. 3 , Article 4Much of the scholarship on war powers looks back on whether U.S. military interventions were authorized, examining the President's powers under Article II of the Constitution, and congressional enactments. That legal question is important, but it does not capture the interactive nature of the dynamic between Congress and the President. This Article instead focuses on the process of dialogue between Congress and the President prior todoi:10.31228/osf.io/hxrd8 fatcat:vlbjv6jf5fa6lm7nv2bkdhe4ni