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A declaration of war is issued by a national government which indicates that a state of war exists between that nation and another. The power to declare war is vested in the legislative branch of the U.S. government under Article 1, Section 8, Clause 11 of the U.S. Constitution..

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A declaration of war is issued by a national government which indicates that a state of war exists between that nation and another. The power to declare war is vested in the legislative branch of the U.S. government under Article 1, Section 8, Clause 11 of the U.S. Constitution..

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Does each state have the power to declare war?

Each state does not have the power to declare war. Only Congress can declare war.


Who has the ultimate power to declare war?

Congress has the power to declare war not the President.


What government agency has power to declare war?

The power to declare war is a power that belongs to Congress.


A Constitutional power specifically delegated to the federal is the power to?

One Constitutional power specifically delegated to the federal government is the power to declare war.


The Congress has the power to declare this?

Congress has the power to declare war.


Who vhas the power to declare war?

Congress has the power to declare war. The president of the United States is the commander of the military but cannot declare war without Congress.


What is the power of congress to declare war?

The Constitution grants Congress the sole authority to declare war.


Can congress declare war on another country?

yes they can. only congress has the power to do it. the president has no power to declare war


Power to declare war is an example of which type of power?

The power of congress to declare war and raise an army or navy is an expressed power.


Does the constitution give the president the power to declare war?

No, Article I, Section 8 gives the power to declare war to Congreee only. While the President is Commander in Chief of the armed forces, he has no power to "declare war."


Why is the power to declare war a hollow power for congress?

The executive order goes around Congress' ability to declare war. Basically, the president has the ability to declare war (though not officially).


Who has a power to declare the war?

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