Collective Defense Treaties

Proposed Amendment to the U.S. Constitution to Restore Democratic Accountability in the Nation’s Collective Defense Treaties with Foreign Nations

Any provision of a treaty signed and ratified by the United States intended to guarantee the collective military defense of foreign nations must be signed by the President and ratified by the House of Representatives and the Senate with two-thirds of both chambers concurring, and shall expire no later than three months after the date of ratification until the provision is subjected to same signing and ratification requirement and procedure.


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