treaty-making

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It might be palace without, but it was wigwam within; so that, between the stateliness of his mansion and the squalidness of his furniture, the gallant White Plume presented some such whimsical incongruity as we see in the gala equipments of an Indian chief on a treaty-making embassy at Washington, who has been generously decked out in cocked hat and military coat, in contrast to his breech-clout and leathern legging; being grand officer at top, and ragged Indian at bottom.
None of the world's nine known nuclear powers from the United States to North Korea participated in the treaty-making process, none participated in the vote, and none accept its outcome.
Law scholars from Europe present 20 essays on European Union external relations law, including the effect of international law in the EU legal order, and institutional dimensions and general principles in the field of EU external relations, including sectoral legal aspects, fundamental rights questions, or judicial autonomy debates in the trade policy field, as well as current legal issues of the EU treaty-making process.
The Convention, in turn, promptly demonstrated its own treaty-making power by giving birth to its first Protocol, a new international treaty in its own right.
In accordance with Australian treaty-making processes, implementation of the TPP will include the following steps: Following tabling, the Joint Standing Committee on Treaties (JSCOT) will conduct an inquiry into the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement and will report back to Parliament.
She said the high court diminished the Senate's treaty-making powers when in a 10-4 vote it ruled that the Edca did not need the Senate's approval since it was not a treaty but an implementing agreement of the Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA).
The subject of this essay is treaty-making within the British Commonwealth.
Members of Congress have been trying to score political points by undercutting the president's treaty-making power for decades.
The production features Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal performers and re-interprets the story of treaty-making in southern Alberta.
Interestingly, the first several chapters of the book are in some ways a defence of the royal prerogative and its general flexibility in areas like treaty-making and security and military strategy against restraints increasingly put on it by various jurisprudential developments.
For example, Representative King of Massachusetts argued that the Necessary and Proper Clause "strengthened" the claim that congressional implementation was needed because this clause provided "for carrying into execution the treaty-making power.