an authorization only to use military force." He reiterated this distinction when he went before the committee again in July, reminding the senators, "There's been no declaration of war
Security Council over its nuclear test as a declaration of war
, Yonhap News Agency reported from Beijing.
Rather than a declaration of war
, the Okfuskee's attack on traders represented a show of force designed to put the British on guard.
I sat among my gay friends in a Stanford University dorm room earlier this year and watched in anger as the most powerful man in the world issued a declaration of war
on millions of Americans.
James Madison, the most influential author of the Constitution, considered the power of Congress to declare war extremely important because he felt that such power "would be too great for any one man." Yet Congress has cast no declaration of war
in the many conflicts, large and small, since World War II.
8, 1941, to respond to the attack of the Imperial Japanese Navy on the fleet at Pearl Harbor, the resulting declaration of war
was on Japan alone, not Japan and Germany.
But the gems of the evening, which lured balletgoers from all over the world to the event, were apparently lost fragments from Leonide Massine's The Seventh Symphony, to the Beethoven music, and, most tantalizing of all, a solo and duet from Frederick Ashton's Devil's Holiday, a work scheduled to have had its world premiere in London in the aborted September 1939 Ballet Russe London season, cancelled by the declaration of war
on September 3, and unseen since 1942.
Congress for a declaration of war
. President Roosevelt then revised the typed draft marking it up and selecting alternative wordings that strengthened the tone of the speech.
The doctrine is so broad that it would seem to allow Bush to attack dozens of countries right now, without the constitutional requirement of a declaration of war
, as sketched out in Article 1, Section 8, and without any consultation whatsoever with Congress.
Sharon's speech to the nation was in effect an after-the-fact declaration of war
. He spoke several days after his armed forces had begun an assault on Ramallah, where Mr.
When Pinault launched his bid for Gucci, Le Point called it a "declaration of war
" between the two billionaires.
A fight against corruption in Armenia implies declaration of war
to the criminal-oligarchic system in the country.