Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Treaties in Force 2009 Is Now Online

Are you interested in finding a current list of all the treaties and international agreements in force for the U.S. and other countries? The 2009 edition of Treaties in Force is now available on the U.S. Department of State's website. Bilateral treaties are listed by
country with subject headings under each entry, and multilateral treaties are listed by subject (such as narcotic drugs, space, or taxation).

If you are on CU campus or have off-campus access via VPN, you can find the full text of treaties and agreements in the HeinOnline database. The text and status of treaties dating back to 1975 are freely available and searchable on the Library of Congress' Thomas website. Because the Senate is responsible for giving advice and consent to ratify treaties, the Senate's website provides access to information about treaties received, reported, or approved.

Need more resources on treaties? We provide additional information in our guide.

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