The article discusses the importance of issues of multilateral treaties in the history of Europe since 1945. It is when a large number of international organizations were launched, including those that were regional like European Communities/European Union. The author tackles the issues of multilateral agreements between countries and international organizations and the European Union, that have been grouped according to scope. Verification of the scientist problem resulted finding that multilateral treaties are undeniable urge to regulate new areas of relationships, but they do not replace the bilateral relations between the countries. Evidenced by the increase in the number of bilateral agreements together with the increasing number of multilateral agreements.
- Year of publication: 2013
- Source: Show
- Pages: 171-181
- DOI Address: http://dx.doi.org/10.15804/ksm201313