The United States enters into more than 200 treaties and other international agreements each year. The subjects of treaties span the whole spectrum of international relations: peace, trade, defense, territorial boundaries, human rights, law enforcement, environmental matters, and many others. As times change, so do treaties.
These multi-lateral treaties include: Hague Apostille Convention Hague Evidence Convention Hague Service Convention Hague Child Abduction Convention Hague Adoption Convention Criminal Matters International Prisoner Transfer Program Other Useful Links Hague Conference on Private International Law Council of Europe Treaty Office
Treaties in Force includes those treaties and other international agreements entered into by the United States which, as of the specified date, had not expired by their own terms, been denounced by the parties, replaced or superseded by other agreements, or otherwise definitely terminated.
United Nations Treaty Collection. The Secretary-General of the United Nations is the depositary of more than 560 multilateral treaties. "Every treaty and every international agreement entered into by any Member of the United Nations ... shall as soon as possible be registered with the Secretariat and published by it."
US Treaties and Other International Agreements - Complete full-text coverage of international and Native American treaties to which the United States is a party from 1778 to present. United Kingdom Human Rights International Treaties - Treaties from 1950 to current.
Treaties are binding agreements between nations and become part of international law. Treaties to which the United States is a party also have the force of federal legislation, forming part of what the Constitution calls ''the supreme Law of the Land.'' The Senate does not ratify treaties. Following consideration by the Committee on Foreign ...
TREATIES WITH FOREIGN NATIONS TREATIES WITH FOREIGN NATIONS. In international usage the term "treaty" has the generic sense of "international agreement." Rights and obligations, or status, arise under international law irrespective of the form or designation of an agreement.
International treaty signed between Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay, served as the basis for the establishment of the Mercosur trade bloc. Belavezha Accords: Agreement which declared the Soviet Union effectively dissolved and established the Commonwealth of Independent States in its place.
(redirected from International treaties) Also found in: Thesaurus, Legal, Encyclopedia. trea·ty (trē′tē) n.pl.trea·ties 1. a. A formal written agreement between two or more nations. b. The document in which such an agreement is set down. 2. ArchaicNegotiation for the purpose of reaching an agreement. 3. Obsolete a. A contract or agreement. b.