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This index presents a list of terms that are mentioned in the book Treaties Submitted to the United States Senate Legislative History, 1989-2004. In the book, Professor Christian L. Wiktor traces the legislative history of the 329 treaties submitted during the 1989-2004 period. Treaties have been recognized as a principal source of international law in the statutes of the two courts of International Justice in 1920 and 1945. Under U.S. domestic law and treaty practice, all international agreements concluded by the United States, regardless of their form, designation or title (treaties, conventions, protocols, amendments or exchanges of notes) are divided into treaties, which are submitted to the Senate for its advice and consent to ratification, acceptance or approval, and other international agreements.

Keywords: Christian L. Wiktor; United States Senate Legislative History

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