Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Here are some ways to find out which countries have signed what kind of treaties. Also, bear in mind that membership in international organizations de facto carries some kinds of agreements and cooperation (i.e. European Union).
on the internet:
Organization of American States Free Trade Agreements
U.S. Free Trade Agreements
GATT (General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade). Avoid www.gatt.org, one of the most famous protest sites on the internet.
UN Database of Treaties - All treaties entered into by any member state.
CIA World Factbook - see which international organizations a country belongs to. Choose your country and click on government to the bottom of the screen.
Treaties in Force - Treaties America has signed.
Search Lexis Nexis for the full text of lapsed and current U.S. Treaties. They also have the European Union treaties.
In Lexis Nexis, go to 1) International Legal Tab then 2) European Union, Commonwealth and Foreign Nations Tab (even for US treaties) 3) choose your selection from the box.