Topic: American Foreign Policy And Process ? Please, use this book as well for reference : Cengage Advantage: American Foreign Policy And Process. Edition: 006 . By McCormick ? Warning: Plagiarism will be reprimanded. Don’t copy and paste your answers from Internet. (see statement at the bottom). Remember that each reference must be cited in the text of your paper. In-text citation is required and additional points will be deducted if not included. Paper should be documented and edited very carefully, as errors will affect your overall grade for this assignment. At least 9 pages. ? Students will answer the questions and exercise below (section 1 and section 2). Section 1: Questions (based on what we studied in class) – Mandatory ? Question 1/ Does the president possess a constitutional mandate to dominate foreign affairs? What are the foreign policy powers that the Constitution delegates to the President? Describe the rise of the president’s primacy in foreign policy? (1page) ? Question 2/ What are the tools and actions used by the US Congress to control presidential foreign policy powers? (1page) ? Question 3/ What is the legal basis for the actions of the National Security Council? Does the National Security Council limit or expand executive control over foreign policy? (1page) ? Question 4/ What are the key provisions of the War Powers Resolution (1973)? (1page) ? Question 5/ What are the three models developed by Graham Allison in his article of 1969 to describe US foreign policy decision-making process? (1page) ? Section 2: Exercise based on the New York Times’ article – Mandatory (4pages). Based on NYT article “Jake Sullivan, Biden’s Adviser, a Figure of Fascination and Schadenfreude,” By Mark Leibovich, November 30, 2021 (see link below), answer these questions: – What is the main topic of the article? – Identify the US foreign policy actors that were involved in the article. – Identify the US foreign policy notions, concepts, topics, events, practices and tools mentioned in the article. – Based on the article and your knowledge about the issue, describe the evolution of the role of national security adviser. – How does this article relate to US foreign policy? Article available // Please use this link to access to entire NYTimes’ article . Jake Sullivan, Biden’s Adviser, a Figure of Fascination and Schadenfreude Washington has long been captivated by fallen star narratives, which has made President Biden’s national security adviser a figure of fascination, somewhere between sympathy and schadenfreude. By Mark Leibovich Published Nov. 30, 2021Updated Dec. 1, 2021 WASHINGTON — Jake Sullivan, President Biden’s national security adviser, married Margaret Goodlander, now counsel to Attorney General Merrick B. Garland, in a 2015 wedding that seems set in a distant Democratic utopia. Mr. Biden would soon retire as a popular vice president, Donald J. Trump was considered a sideshow, and Hillary Clinton was the president in waiting. Guests at the Yale campus that weekend included a former president (Bill Clinton), a former secretary of state (Mrs. Clinton), a future secretary of state (Antony J. Blinken) and a Supreme Court justice (Stephen G. Breyer). The many former bosses on hand had pegged the golden-boy groom as an ideal national security adviser in the coming Clinton White House — which, at 40, would have made him the youngest person to hold the job. That prediction proved largely true, if erroneous in its electoral assumption about 2016 and premature by an interlude long enough for the White House to turn over twice, China to strengthen, a pandemic to rage and the difficulties of the job to grow considerably. So it was on Aug. 26 that Mr. Sullivan, presiding over a briefing on Afghanistan in the White House Situation Room, saw Gen. Kenneth F. McKenzie Jr., the head of the military’s Central Command, turn ashen after being handed a sheet of paper.