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This front matter section of the book Treaties Submitted to the United States Senate Legislative History, 1989-2004 contains the table of contents, foreword, an introduction, legislative history of U.S. treaties, list of references and list of photographs. Treaties submitted by the President to the United States Senate for advice and consent to ratification pursuant to Article II, section 2, clause 2 of the Constitution of the United States are of special importance to lawyers in foreign ministries, other government officials, and practicing lawyers, and also of interest to historians, political scientists and specialists in the fields of international law and international relations. In the book, Professor Christian L. Wiktor traces the legislative history of the 329 treaties submitted during the 1989-2004 period.

Keywords: Christian L. Wiktor; international law; Senate executive

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