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What is the difference between a multilateral treaty and a bilateral treaty?

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bilateral treaty involves two countries and a multilateral involves more than two countries. bi = 2 multi = many

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A treaty.A bilateral treaty if it's an agreement between two countries.A multilateral treaty if it's an agreement between three or more countries.Treaties are principally binding agreements.


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