EU law



1)  A harmonious agreement, especially between countries. 

2)  An offer to substitute a different obligation for one that was previously owed, plus the acceptance of that offer.  Either of the parties involved can propose an accord.  If the newly substituted obligation is actually performed, the performance is called a satisfaction.  See Accord and satisfaction.

Foreign Relations

Foreign Relations Law: An Overview

Foreign relations law of the United States encompasses both International Law, which embodies the rules that determine the rights and obligations of states and international organizations, and that part of the domestic law of the United States that involves matters of significant concern to the foreign relations of the United States.

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Federal Material

U.S. Constitution

Federal Statutes

  • U.S. Code: 22 U.S.C. - Foreign Relations and Intercourse

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Federal Judicial Decisions

International Material

Conventions and Treaties

International Organizations

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