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Fox News: How did Trump get authorization to bomb Syria?

A popular way to begin the first day of class in constitutional law in many American law schools ...
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Congressional War Powers Briefing

On May 9, 2018 at 11:30 am, in Dirksen 106, the Committee for Responsible Foreign Policy held a ...
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Yemen Photo Exhibit on Capitol Hill

On March 7, 2018, the Committee for Responsible Foreign Policy, in partnership with Avaaz, hosted a Yemen Photo ...
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DailyMail: How on earth would killing MORE people rescue Syria?

Why do so many people in politics and the media want to start wars? Since I toured a ...
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IWP: The Advent of the Authoritarian Seducers

by Thomas Flichy de La Neuville During the period of relative peace which took place during the second ...
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AntiWar: The Deep State and the Big Lie – Douma Deposed

The contra-narrative about Assad’s alleged gas attack is gaining traction as the evidence comes in. It increasingly seems ...
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NRO: Trump Does Not Have the Constitutional Authority to Strike Syria

President Trump may be using his Twitter account to threaten airstrikes against Syria — but that doesn’t change ...
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Yemen Data Project: Three Years of Saudi-led air war Data Summary

Monday 26th March 2018 marks three years since a Saudi Arabian-led coalition of nations launched a bombing campaign in ...
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WaPo: Mattis asks Congress not to restrict U.S. support for Saudi bombing in Yemen

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis made a personal appeal to Congress on Wednesday not to restrict the United States’ ...
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Daily Beast: What’s Inside Trump’s Secret War Powers Memo?

The answer appears to be a strikingly broad legal argument to strike virtually anywhere—without Congressional say-so. Secretary of ...
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Middle East Eye: Saudi Arabia faces ‘certain defeat’ in Yemen

Former senior minister Andrew Mitchell tells MEE the UK must press Riyadh over Yemen bombardment ahead of bin ...
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The Nation: Trump’s Syria Policy: Perpetual War Without Debate

In mid January, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson unveiled the administration’s new policy with concern to Syria. In ...
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