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Friendship in International Treaties

  • Heather Devere

Abstract

This chapter provides, first, a brief history of friendship treaties, followed by an overview of a range of treaties that include in their title the concepts of friendship or amity viewed according to geographical context. The ‘great’ powers which have entered into such treaties most prolifically are the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom, the United States of America and China. Other countries are covered regionally: Western Europe, Africa, the Asia Pacific and South America.

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International Relation Solomon Island International Treaty Western Nation Major Power 
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