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Using the termination of the 1954 mutual defense treaty with Taiwan as a case study, Kraft analyzes the historical context and the constitutional powers of the president vis-a-vis Congress in US foreign policy. Choice
VICTORIA MARIE KRAFT is Assistant Professor in the Department of Politics at Ithaca College. She is currently writing The Right to Food: A Moral, Legal, and Political Analysis.