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The Powers Of Congress And The President On Matters That Affect U.S. Foreign Affairs, Malvina Halberstam Apr 2013

The Powers Of Congress And The President On Matters That Affect U.S. Foreign Affairs, Malvina Halberstam

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Congress Underestimated: The Case Of The World Bank, Kristina Daugirdas Jan 2013

Congress Underestimated: The Case Of The World Bank, Kristina Daugirdas

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This article challenges the oft-repeated claim that international organizations undermine democracy by marginalizing national legislatures. Over the past forty years, Congress has established itself as a key player in setting U.S. policy toward the World Bank. Congress has done far more than restrain executive branch action with which it disagrees; it has affirmatively shaped the United States’ day-to-day participation in this key international organization and successfully defended its constitutional authority to do so.