In the U.S., it is the Congress that is given the power to officially declare war. However, the President is still relatively free as Commander in Chief to order a variety of military activities without an official declaration of war from Congress. The current war in Iraq is an example. Also see this link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Declaration_of_war_by_the_United_States
yes conqress have the riqht to declare war
the legislative branch has the right to declare war
Congress is the only branch of government that has the right to declare war. They also have the right and resposibilty of raising and funding armies.
The Congress has the power to declare war while the President has the right to wage it. So all together you can't have war without them both agreeing on it.
im not sure
No. A President can never declare war. Only Congress has the right to delcare war.
No.Lamyis right the USA didn't Declare war on North Korea. North Korea declared war on the USA.