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Verification and Compliance
Verification and compliance

Generally, states are assumed to enter international treaties in good faith, intending to abide by their obligations. However, when such vital matters as national security are involved, special assurances are needed that the parties will not engage in violating or circumventing their contracted commitments. ...

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