Baker and Christopher explain in the introduction to the report, "We accepted the Miller Center's invitation to serve as members of the National War Powers Commission not to resolve constitutional conundrums that war powers questions present--only definitive judicial action or a constitutional amendment could do that" (National War Powers Commission 2008, 3).
What does NWPC stand for?
NWPC stands for National War Powers Commission
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- Northwest Wood Products Association (Bend, OR)
- Nuclear Waste Policy Act of 1982
- Pacific Northwest Electric Power Planning and Conservation Act
- Nuclear Waste Policy Act Amendments
- Nuclear Waste Policy Amendments Act of 1987 (US Department of Energy)
- Northwest Pennsylvania Workforce Investment Board
- National Watermelon Promotion Board
- New Work Planning Board
- North White Plains Branch Library (White Plains, NY)
- National Wages and Productivity Commission
- National Waste Prevention Coalition (King County, Washington)
- National Witness Protection Center
- National Women's Political Caucus (since 1971; Washington, DC)
- National Working Party on Captioning
- Nordic Wind Power Conference (Scandinavia, Europe)
- North Western Province Canal (Mahaweli Water Security Investment Programme; Sri Lanka)
- Northern Wheatbelt Program Committee
- National Wood Pallet and Container Association
- National Water Pollution Control Assessment Model (Environmental Protection Agency)
- Naval Warfare Planning Chart Base
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This complexity led to the formation of a National War Powers Commission in 2007, created to review relevant legal and historical issues and, ultimately, to make a recommendation on how the executive and legislative branches should approach war situations.
28 /PRNewswire/ -- The Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia today announced the formation of the National War Powers Commission, a private bipartisan panel led by former Secretaries of State James A.