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List of diplomats of the United Kingdom to Romania

The Ambassador of the United Kingdom to Romania is the United Kingdoms foremost diplomatic representative in Romania, and head of the UKs diplomatic mission in Romania. The official title is Her Britannic Majestys Ambassador to Romania.

                                               

Bricker Amendment

The Bricker Amendment is the collective name of a number of slightly different proposed amendments to the United States Constitution considered by the United States Senate in the 1950s. None of these amendments ever passed Congress. Each of them ...

                                               

Dual containment

Dual containment was an official United States foreign policy aimed at containing Iraq and Iran, Israels two most important strategic adversaries in the Middle East. Although the policy originated during the Carter administration and was continue ...

                                               

East Asian foreign policy of the Barack Obama administration

President Barack Obamas East Asia Strategy represented a significant shift in the foreign policy of the United States. It took the countrys focus from the Middle Eastern/European sphere and began to invest heavily in East Asian countries, some of ...

                                               

European foreign policy of the Barack Obama administration

For purposes of U.S. foreign policy, Europe consists of the European Union and non-EU states in Europe. President Barack Obama plans to increase American troops in Europe to their highest levels since 2003, and station more special operations air ...

                                               

Middle Eastern foreign policy of the Barack Obama administration

On February 2, 2009, President Obama signed a memorandum "directing more than $20 million for urgent refugee and migration needs" in Gaza." The 2008–2009 Israeli-Gaza Conflict last from December 27, 2008 to January 18, 2009 when unilateral cease- ...

                                               

South Asian foreign policy of the Barack Obama administration

For purposes of U.S. foreign policy, South Asia consists of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. The Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs as of 12 June 2017 is William E ...

                                               

List of bilateral treaties signed by the Hawaiian Kingdom

United Kingdom, March 26, 1846 Treaty Denmark, October 19, 1846 Treaty Hamburg, January 8, 1848 Treaty Agreement Touching Consular Notices Danish and Hamburg Treaties, January 25, 1848 United States of America, December 20, 1849 Treaty of Friends ...

                                               

Locke Mission

The Locke Mission refers to the 1951–1953 attempt by the administration of Harry S Truman to create a regional office for the Near East in Beirut, Lebanon. This office operated under the guidance of Edwin A. Locke Jr. to coordinate all aspects of ...

                                               

Obama Doctrine

The Obama Doctrine is a catch-all term frequently used to describe one or several principles of the foreign policy of U.S. President Barack Obama. It is still not agreed whether there was an actual Obama Doctrine. Nevertheless, during an intervie ...

                                               

Hawaiian Kingdom–United States relations

Hawaiian Kingdom–United States relations refers to the historical relationship between the independent Hawaiian Kingdom and the United States. Relations included several treaties and exchanges of trade and diplomatic representatives from 1820 to ...

                                               

Sesquicentennial of Japanese Embassy to the United States

The Sesquicentennial of Japanese Embassy to the United States in 2010 marked the 150th anniversary of the first Japanese diplomatic mission to the United States in 1860. The purpose of the 1860 Japanese diplomatic mission was to ratify the Treaty ...

                                               

Timeline of United States diplomatic history

The diplomatic history of the United States oscillated among three positions: isolation from diplomatic entanglements of other nations ; alliances with European and other military partners; and unilateralism, or operating on its own sovereign pol ...

                                               

U.S. ratification of the Convention on the Rights of the Child

The United States has signed the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, but is the only United Nations member state that is not a party to it. The UNCRC aims to protect and promote the rights of all children around the world. It was the first ...

                                               

Montevideo Convention

The Montevideo Convention on the Rights and Duties of States is a treaty signed at Montevideo, Uruguay, on December 26, 1933, during the Seventh International Conference of American States. The Convention codifies the declarative theory of stateh ...

                                               

Australian–Thai Peace Treaty

The Australian–Thai Peace Treaty that ended World War II between Australia and Thailand was signed in Bangkok on 3 April 1946. The full title of the peace treaty is "Final Peace Agreement Between the Government of Australia and the Government of ...

                                               

General Act for the Pacific Settlement of International Disputes

The General Act for the Pacific Settlement of International Disputes is a multilateral convention concluded in Geneva on September 26, 1928. It went into effect on August 16, 1929 and was registered in League of Nations Treaty Series on the same ...

                                               

TEAL

Tasman Empire Airways Limited was the forerunner of Air New Zealand. The company was formed by an Intergovernmental Agreement for Tasman Sea Air Services also known as the Tasman Sea Agreement, a treaty signed by the United Kingdom, Australia, an ...

                                               

Caspian Summit

In the Soviet period, the Caspian Sea was practically an inland water basin within the Soviet Unions borders and washed off the coast of Iran only to the south. Until 1992, the status of the Caspian was regulated by the Soviet-Iranian treaties. A ...

                                               

Neum Agreement

The Neum Agreement is an unimplemented treaty between Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina granting free passage of Croatian transit traffic between the territory of Dubrovnik-Neretva County around the city of Dubrovnik and forming a pene-exclave o ...

                                               

List of Byzantine treaties

This is a list of the treaties and agreements signed during the history of the Eastern Roman or Byzantine Empire. The definition of a treaty is any agreement between the Byzantine Empire and any foreign power, including peace agreements, trade ag ...

                                               

Treaty of Chernomen

The Treaty of Chernomen was a treaty between the Bulgarian Empire and the Byzantine Empire signed on 13 May 1327 by Michael Shishman and Andronikos III Palaiologos. The treaty was followed by several other agreements.

                                               

Treaty of Alcañices (1297)

The Treaty of Alcañices was made in Alcañices between King Denis of Portugal and King Fernando IV of Castile. Denis was the grandson of King Alfonso X of Castile and essentially an administrator and not a warrior king. He went to war with the kin ...

                                               

Concordat of 1954

The Concordat of 1954 is a concordat of the Catholic Church, signed on 16 June 1954 by the Dominican Republic with the Vatican.

                                               

Baqt

The Baqt was a 7th-century CE treaty between the Christian state of Makuria and the new Muslim rulers of Egypt. Lasting almost seven hundred years, it is by some measures the longest-lasting treaty in history. The name comes either from the Egypt ...

                                               

The Tribute of the Three Cows

The Tribute of the Three Cows is a yearly ceremony that gathers together the people of the neighbouring Pyrenean valleys of Baretous and of Roncal. The ceremony takes place every 13 July on the summit of the Col de la Pierre St Martin, by a stone ...

                                               

Geneva Agreement (1966)

The Agreement to Resolve the Controversy over the Frontier between Venezuela and British Guiana, commonly known as the Geneva Agreement, is a treaty signed in Geneva, Switzerland, on February 17, 1966 that resolved the disagreement between Venezu ...

                                               

Treaties of the Holy See

Concordat of Worms 1122; Holy Roman Empire Treaty of Constance 1153 Holy Roman Empire Treaty of Benevento 1156; Sicily Treaty of Mignano 1139 Treaty of Venice 1177; Holy Roman Empire, Lombard League

                                               

Concordat of 1933

This concordat regulates church-state relation in Austria, with particular emphasis on Catholic schools and religious education. It has since been supplemented by further agreements, such as one concerning schools. The concordat was negotiated by ...

                                               

Concordats with individual states of Germany

Concordats between the Holy See and individual German states were concluded both before and after the unification of Germany in the 1870s. Early examples include: Hannover in 1834 Oldenburg in 1830 Prussia in 1821 Wurtemberg, Baden, Hesse, Nassau ...

                                               

Fundamental Agreement Between the Holy See and the State of Israel

The Fundamental Agreement between the Holy See and the State of Israel or "Fundamental Agreement" is a treaty or concordat between the Holy See and the State of Israel, signed on 30 December 1993. The Agreement deals with the property rights and ...

                                               

Agreement on Movement and Access

The Agreement on Movement and Access is an agreement between Israel and the Palestinian Authority, signed on 15 November 2005. The treaty aimed improvement of Palestinian freedom of movement and economic activity within the Palestinian territorie ...

                                               

Gaza Seaport plans

Gaza Seaport is a planned seaport in the Gaza Strip. The establishment of a Gaza seaport was mentioned in the Oslo I Accord, as early as 1993. The 1999 Sharm el-Sheikh Memorandum determined that the construction works could commence on 1 October ...

                                               

Tana River Delta Ramsar Site

The Tana River Delta Ramsar Site is a wetland on the Tana River protected under the Ramsar Convention located in the Coast Province of Kenya. It was gazetted as Kenyas 6th Ramsar Site. The Tana River Delta is the second most important estuarine a ...

                                               

Castle of Capdepera

The Castle of Capdepera is a walled fortress located in the Spanish municipality of Capdepera, on the island of Majorca. It is one of the largest castles on the island. Its construction began in 310, but in the fourteenth century it was rebuilt o ...

                                               

Treaty of Angra de Cintra

The Treaty of Angra de Cintra, signed by Spain and Morocco on 1 April 1958, ended the Spanish protectorate in Morocco and helped end the Ifni War. The Spanish foreign minister, Fernando Maria Castiella y Maiz, and his Moroccan counterpart, Ahmed ...

                                               

Settlement Proposal

The 1978 Settlement Proposal in Namibia, devised by the Contact Group of Western States, mandated the United Nations Transition Assistance Group under United Nations Security Council Resolution 435 to assist a UN Special Representative appointed ...

                                               

Treaty of Thapathali

The Treaty of Thapathali was a treaty signed between the Tibetan government of Ganden Phodrang and the Kingdom of Nepal in Thapathali Durbar in Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, following the Nepalese–Tibetan War. In January 1856, a representative ...

                                               

DAFT

The Dutch-American Friendship Treaty is an agreement between the United States and the Netherlands signed into law at The Hague on March 27, 1956. The treaty is a treaty of friendship, commerce and navigation with protocols. The treaty allows US ...

                                               

November Treaties

The November Treaties concluded in November 1870 on the accession of the kingdoms of Bavaria and Wurttemberg and the grand duchies of Baden and Hesse to the North German Confederation. A new foundation was not envisaged but the North German Feder ...

                                               

Norway and the Soviet Republic of Russia Preliminary Agreement (1921)

An agreement concluded between the Soviet and the Norwegian governments in Christiania on 2 September 1921 to regulate their relations. It was ratified by the Soviet government on 19 September and by the Norwegian government on 1 October. The agr ...

                                               

Visiting Forces Agreement (Philippines – United States)

The Philippines–United States Visiting Forces Agreement, sometimes the PH–US Visiting Forces Agreement, is a bilateral visiting forces agreement between the Philippines and the United States consisting of two separate documents. The first of thes ...

                                               

Crown Treaty

In the Crown Treaty signed on 16 November 1700, Frederick III, Elector of Brandenburg and Duke of Prussia, had undertaken to provide a body of 8.000 men for the impending Spanish War of Succession for Emperor Leopold I. In return, the emperor pro ...

                                               

Philippine recognition of South Korea

The Recognition of South Korea is the agreement that South Korea is a fully recognised sovereign state. The country was inaugurated in 15 August 1948, after the United States occupation of South Korea.

                                               

Lisbon Agreement (1980)

The Lisbon Agreement was the first of a series of agreements between the British and Spanish governments intended to resolve their differences concerning Gibraltar.

                                               

Treaty of Lhasa

The Treaty of Lhasa, officially the Convention Between Great Britain and Tibet, was a treaty signed in 1904 between Tibet and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, in Lhasa, the capital of Tibet, then under administrative rule of the Q ...

                                               

Convention Concerning the Exchange of Greek and Turkish Populations

The Convention Concerning the Exchange of Greek and Turkish Populations, also known as the Lausanne Convention, was an agreement between the Greek and Turkish governments signed by their representatives in Lausanne on 30 January 1923, in the afte ...

                                               

Treaty for the Limitation of Naval Armament

The Limitation of Naval Armament in the 1920s included many separate treaties. In general, the treaties involved the United States, United Kingdom, Japan, Italy and France. One of the treaties, known as the Four Power Act, provided that the US, U ...

                                               

Treaty of Friendship, Commerce and Consular Relations between Germany and the United States of America

The Treaty of Friendship, Commerce and Consular Relations between Germany and the United States of America was an agreement for the improvement of relations between the US and German governments, signed in Washington, D.C. on December 8, 1923. Th ...

                                               

Treaty of Friendship, Commerce and Navigation between the United States of America and the Republic of China

The Treaty of Friendship, Commerce and Navigation between the United States of America and the Republic of China was a bilateral treaty signed by the United States and China on November 4, 1946. It became effective on November 30 1948, following ...

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