Which Of The Following Is An Accurate Comparison Of A Treaty And An Executive Agreement

Footnote 35 This view is also reflected in the new (third) version of the United States Foreign Relations Act. Footnote 36 There, the American Law Institute notes: The second possibility is that presidents can unilaterally withdraw from treaties, while the withdrawal of executive agreements from Congress requires the participation of Congress. Footnote 41 This would allow presidents to easily break their promise, even after a treaty has gone through the process of deliberation and approval. To distinguish between agreements subsequently approved by Congress and other types of executive agreements, the data continues to rely on Hathaway`s collection of authorization laws. . . .