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- United Nations Treaty Series (UNTS) (14 December 1946+) - League of Nations Treaty Series (5 July 1920-3 October 1944) - Text of Recently Deposited Multilateral Treaties - Status of Multilateral Treaties Deposited with the Secretary-General - Certified True Copies (CTCs) of Multilateral Treaties Deposited with the Secretary-General - Depositary Notifications (CNs) by the Secretary-General - Treaty Handbook (in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian, Spanish)
Council of Europe Treaties
includes the text for many treaties from the European Treaty Series (ETS)
"Conventions and agreements opened for signature between 1949 and 2003 were published in the "European Treaty Series" (ETS No. 001 to 193 included). Since 2004, this Series is continued by the "Council of Europe Treaty Series" (CETS No. 194 and following). For technical reasons, the search pages contained in this site use only the denomination CETS."
also identifies 120 national sources for 22,000 treaties.
Volume 1: Treaty Profiles - "consists mainly of statistical tables that give the user an overview of the universe of treaties. Treaty patterns are shown in global, regional and national perspectives as well as by topics and trends over time."
Volumes 2 & 3: Main Entry Section - "show for each treaty all the information the INDEX has on that treaty":
Signature Date & Citation
Name & Title
Date on which the treaty entered into force
Registration date with the League of Nations or the United Nations
Registering party or parties
International organizations mentioned in the text of the treaty
Footnote references to earlier treaties
Topic -- main theme of the treaty
Annex -- post-signature treaty history
Volume 4: Party Index - "lists all treaty-making entities in alphabetical order, and for each entity all its bilateral treaty partners in alphabetical order, and within each partner all mutual treaties in chronological order. The multilateral treaties of each entity follow at the end of the bilateral partners, in the same format as if each were a bilateral treaty between State A and an entity called 'Multilateral.' Each treaty shows a limited set of basic information, i.e., bilateral parties, date of signature, topic, and citation. For further information the user can go (via date) to the Main Entry Section or (via citation) to the treaty itself."