Washington Treaty

As the Washington Treaty, the Washington Agreement, Washington Convention or Washington Declaration are referred to:

  • The Treaty of Washington ( 1826) from January 24, 1826
  • The Treaty of Washington ( 1834) from May 24, 1834
  • The Treaty of Washington ( 1836) from March 28, 1836
  • The Treaty of Washington ( 1871) between the United States and Great Britain on the regulation of contentious issues, particularly from the consequences of the American Civil War of 1871
  • The Treaty of Washington ( 1900) between the United States and the Kingdom of Spain, as a supplement to the Peace Treaty of Paris ( 1898)
  • The Washington Four Power Agreement on the Pacific from December 13, 1921
  • The Washington Naval Treaty of February 6, 1922
  • The Nine-Power Treaty on China from February 6, 1922
  • The Washington Treaty of 1927 World Radiocommunications
  • The Roerich Pact of April 15, 1935
  • The United Nations Declaration of January 1, 1942
  • The Agreement on German assets in Switzerland from May 25, 1946
  • The North Atlantic Treaty (North Atlantic Treaty ) concerning the establishment of NATO, from April 4, 1949
  • The Washington Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes between States and Nationals of other States on March 18, 1965
  • The Washington Convention of March 3, 1973
  • The Washington Agreement establishing the Bosnian - Croat Federation in Bosnia and Herzegovina of 18 March 1994
  • The Washington Declaration of 3 December 1998
  • The Agreement to address issues of compensation and restitution for victims of National Socialism between the Austrian Federal Government and the Government of the United States of America from 2001

See also

  • Washington Consensus
  • Disambiguation
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