Answered By: Library Reviewer Last Updated: Oct 16, 2014 Views: 18
Answered By: Library Reviewer
Last Updated: Oct 16, 2014 Views: 18
There are several indexes that you may use to find an official citation to a multilateral Treaty:
- Multilateral Treaties Deposited with the Secretary-General. This source provides citation information for multilateral treaties deposited with the Secretary-General of the UN. It is available in print on Ready Reference at the Reference Desk at call number KZ171 .M65 [year]. It is also available at the United Nations Treaty Collection.
- The Multilateral Treaty Calendar by Christian Wiktor provides citations to multilateral treaties for the period 1648-1995. Treaties are arranged in the index chronologically by date of signing. Treaties are also indexed by subject, international organization responsible, international conference etc.
- Multilateral Treaties : Index and Current Status indexes approximately 800 treaties from 1856 - 1995. It is available in print on Ready Reference at the Reference Desk at call number KZ118 .B68 1984.
- Treaties in Force indexes multilateral treaties that the United States is a party to. See section two of the index for a listing of multilaterals by subject. It is available in print on Ready Reference at the Reference Desk at call number KZ235 .T74 [year]. It is also available at the State Department's website and on HeinOnline in the Treaties and Agreements Library.
- Treaties and International Agreements Online (TIARA) Provides access to multilateral treaties that the U.S. is a party to. Once you have located the treaty in the database click the "Document Details" link to get information about the treaty and citations to official sources if available.