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Q: The president has made an informal change to the Constitution by creating executive agreements with other heads of states. What is the difference between a treaty and an executive agreement?
A: According to the U.S. State Department, international agreements (regardless of their title, designation or form) whose entry into force takes place only after two thirds of the U.S. Senate approves them are called treaties. According to the U.S. [ State Department, agreements that come into effect without a two-thirds vote of the Senate are called executive agreements. ]
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