The U.S. Constitution and the power to go to war : historical and current perspectives / edited by Gary M. Stern and Morton H. Halperin, prepared under the auspices of the Center for National Security Studies.
"The chapters in this book were originally commissioned for the September 18-19, 1992 CNSS conference on Constitutional Government and Military Intervention after the Cold War, held at and cosponsored by the Georgetown University Law Center"--Acknowledgements.
Includes bibliographical references (pages -189) and index.
Introduction / Gary M. Stern and Morton H. Halperin -- 1. Historical Survey of the War Powers and the Use of Force / Louis Fisher -- 2. Constitutional Constraints: The War Clause / Peter Raven-Hansen -- 3. Statutory Constraints: The War Powers Resolution / Ellen C. Collier -- 4. Treaty Constraints: The United Nations Charter and War Powers / Jane E. Stromseth -- 5. International Law Constraints / Jules Lobel -- 6. Judicial Constraints: The Courts and War Powers / Harold Hongju Koh -- 7. Constraints on "Covert" Paramilitary Action / Gregory F. Treverton -- 8. "Covert" Paramilitary Action and War Powers / Gary M. Stern and Morton H. Halperin -- 9. Emergency War Powers / John Norton Moore -- 10. Common Ground / Gary M. Stern and Morton H. Halperin.