War Powers of President and Congress
Jules Lobel from the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Law writes a longform article: Conflicts between the Commander in Chief and Congress: Concurrent Power Over the Conduct of War.
The abstract reads:
The Bush Administration argues that the Commander in Chief has exclusive power to decide what military tactics to use to defeat a wartime enemy. The Administration’s constitutional position that Congress may not permissibly interfere with these Executive Commander in Chief powers has been heavily criticized, particularly with respect to the Executive power to interrogate prisoners or engage in warrantless wiretapping on American citizens and its argument that Congress …Read More