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Treaties Submitted to the U.S. Senate Legislative History

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Chapter Summary

This chapter is divided into two sections. The first section presents the treaties concluded prior to 1989. The second section describes the treaties concluded from 1989 - 2004. Some of the treaties concluded prior to 1989, outlined in the chapter include the Hague Convention on cultural property, Warsaw convention and United Nations Convention law of the sea (UNCLOS). Legislative History of U.S. treaties (1989-2004) begins with the submission of the treaty to the Senate, its referral to the Committee on Foreign Relations, hearings held by the Committee, its report to the Senate, and finally the consideration and approval of the treaty by the Senate.

Keywords: Hague Convention; U.S. senate legislative history; U.S. treaties; UNCLOS



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