Carter's Constitutional Conundrum: An Examination of the President's Unilateral Termination of a Treaty

Wachman, Alan W.

1984

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  • Volume 8, Issue 2. Summer Although the U.S. Constitution defines the procedure for the Executive to enter into treaties with the advice and consent of the Senate, it says nothing about how such obligations may be terminated. This open constitutional question, a true conundrum, was directly raised by the Carter Administration's unilateral termination of the United States' Mu... read more
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