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Under Article II, section II of the Constitution, the Senate must advice and consent to ratification of treaties that have been negotiated and agreed to by the president.

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            Executive Calendar   Executive Calendar Archive (1997-present)

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How to Research Treaties
Treaties Search Help (Congress.gov)
Treaty Numbers Conversion Table (Congress.gov)

Treaty Actions   State Department publication

The Senate's Role in the Treaty Process

Origins & Development: Treaties
Senate Consideration of Treaties CRS (pdf)
Treaties and Other International Agreements: The Role in the Senate (pdf)

Historic Treaty Debates

Advice & Consent: Treaties
Uproar Over Senate Treaty Approval, June 24, 1795
Woodrow Wilson Addresses the Senate, July 10, 1919
Treaty of Versailles
The Treaty of Versailles
A Bitter Rejection, November 19, 1919
Political Cartoon: "Lamb from the Slaughter"
The Irreconcilables

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