Who has the power to approve treaties with foreign countries?
In the United States, the Executive Branch (President) will negotiate a treaty, and it must be consented to by the Senate with a 2/3 affirmative vote. After this, the President can ratify the treaty.
Treaties made by the United States with a foreign power must be ratified by Congress.
the president has the power to create treaties
Who has the power to make treaties with foreign governments provided two thirds of the senate approve?
It is President.
Which branch of government in the United States has the power to make treaties with foreign countries?
In the United States the Executive Branch makes treaties with foreign countries.
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Congress has the power to declare war on any countries.
Yes, Congress should and does have the power to approve treaties.
States do not have the power to make treaties with foreign countries. Article II, Section 2, Clause 2 of the US Constitution expressly reserves that power to the President subject to the advice and consent of the Senate.
No, the power of making treaties in the United States is given to the federal government.
No, Congress could not make treaties with foreign countries under the Articles of Confederation. This was a power that was given to each of the individual states.
The president, with the advice and consent of the senate.
The President of the U.S. has the power to make treaties with foreign countries, but must be confirmed by the U.S. Senate. He also has the power to enter into executive agreements (secret treaties) with no Senate confirmation needed.
According to the Constitution, it is only the Senate that has the authority to approve international treaties. The house has no say and it is usually left to the President to take credit for a new treaty.
The president but it must be approved first by congress.
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The House of Representatives has no power with regard to foreign treaties. Treaties with foreign government are negotiated by the President subject to the advice and consent of the Senate only.
This is a matter of opinion. My opinion is "no" - the President does not have too much power in foreign affairs. You know that he can only negotiate treaties with foreign government, not ratify them. He can sent troops to foreign countries, but he can not declare war and he can not fight for very long without Congressional financing, since he has no money he can spend without approval from Congress. He appoints the… Read More
No, it cannot. The power to make treaties with foreign countries is expressly reserved to the president under Article II of the US Constitution. The only role Congress plays is that treaties are subject to the advice and consent of the Senate. Note that "Congress", (i.e. the Senate and House of Representatives together) does not have a role in approving treaties. Only the Senate has such a role.
In the United States the executive branch of government negotiates treaties with other nations. The US Senate must vote to approve any treaty negotiated by the executive branch. Often times the US President negotiates treaties, in other cases this duty is carried out by a top US Official such as the US Secretary of State with the approval of the President. Then the treaty is sent to the senate.
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yes by a two thirds vote
The Legislative Branch can ratify treaties; The Senate approves Presidential Appointments
The Senate has the power to approve treaties. It is able to approve presidential appointments such ambassadors. The Senate also has the power of filibuster and cloture.
Approve treaties with other nation
In the United States such power rests with the Senate.
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Only the President can propose treaties with other countries for the US. This power is speciically given to the president in Article II, Section 2, Clause 2: "He shall have Power, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, to make treaties. . ." No other branch of government and no state may deal with foreign nations.
No, the states may not make treaties with foreign countries. Under Article II, Section 2the president is given the power to make treaties with the advice and consent of the Senate. Since the Constitution expressly gives treaty powers to the president and since the Constitution is the supreme law of the land, the states are pre-empted from treating with foreign countries. Foreign policy (including the enforcement of borders from a state in the union to… Read More
it is the supreme authority of senate to ratify treaties with foreign nations by a majority of vote.
one power is the powwer of making up laws and peace treaties. but the congress has to approve it first.
What is the US Senate's power to review and approve treaties and presidential appointments is known as?
advice and consent
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Treaties can be made, but they have to be approved by Congress.
Congress decides for or against treaties.
1.the president has the sole power to negotiate and sign treaties. but must have 2/3 of senate agree to it. 2. the power to make executive agreements with other countries. these agreements have the the same legal status as treaties, but they do not require senate conduct. 3. where the united stated will recognizes government of other countries and have dealing with that government.
The Senate is uniquely empowered to ratify treaties and to approve top presidential appointments.
The US Senate has the power to approve treaties and the power to declare war. This Constitutional duty has been blurred by political acts by the executive branch. The US president has usurped the Senate's role in foreign affairs by either using the United Nations or a executive prerogative of some sort depending on the issue at hand.
No. Chicago is a city in the state of Illinois and has no foreign relations with countries. It is beyond state or city power to make treaties. This belongs to the federal government.
Congress checks the President by having the power to override his vetoes. The Senate has the power to approve treaties and appointments and the House has impeachment power.
The President. Though the President has dominant power, Congress must ratify treaties.
The executive branch negotiates treaties. The Senate must approve those treaties. The answer can be found in Article II Section 2 of the US Constitution. It reads: "He shall have Power, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, to make treaties, provided two thirds of the Senators present concur" (He is referring to the President.)
Who has the power to make treaties with foreign governments provided two thirds of the senate approval?
The legislative branch
What power in the Constitution gives the federal government the authority to negotiate treaties with foreign nations?
It involves an Embargo blocking Iran
To make treaties with other countries
One power that is unique to the United States Senate is the power to approve treaties. It was thought by the framers that a group of people should make such an important decision.
The President has almost all the power in foreign relations. Congress is only needed to sign treaties and keep troops in an area for more than 60 days.