Foreign affairs is not a term found in the constitution and what we characterize as foreign affairs is not a discrete constitutional category still many of the provisions of the constitution apply equally and have had equal success in foreign as in domestic affairs. The officially stated goals of the foreign policy of the united states the us constitution gives much of the foreign policy decision making to the presidency but the senate has a role in ratifying treaties and the supreme court interprets treaties when cases are presented to it. The constitution considered only for its affirmative grants of power capable of affecting the issue is an invitation to struggle for the privilege of directing american foreign policy . Under the constitution the president of the united states determines us foreign policy the secretary of state appointed by the president with the advice and consent of the senate is the presidents chief foreign affairs adviser. The constitution party is opposed to the continuation of the same interventionist policy with that policys capacity to involve our country in repeated wars we demand that never again shall united states troops be employed on any foreign field of battle without a declaration of war by congress as required by the united states constitution
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