What does it take to have a treaty ratified?

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What was the Treaty of Chaumont?

A coalition consisting of Austria, Russia and Prussia signed the Treaty of Chaumont in 1814. They agreed to fight as a group to defeat Napoleon instead of making any separate peace agreements with... Read More »

What date was the Treaty of Nanjing?

The Treaty of Nanjing was signed Aug. 29, 1842. This treaty ended the first of the Opium Wars between China and Britain. The treaty gave the territory of Hong Kong to the British and the right to t... Read More »

What Is an Insurance Treaty Exclusion?

In insurance industry jargon, a treaty is an agreement between a reinsurer and the former insurer who is ceding an insurance policy. A treaty exclusion is a declaration in that treaty of special co... Read More »

The Difference Between a Treaty and an Agreement?

Although an expert in constitutional law can explain some important conceptual differences between treaties and executive agreements, for all practical purposes they are they same. Citizens and bu... Read More »