Thanks to ZiefBrief for this tidbit:
Tracking Down Treaties – Help Arrives From the Dep’t. of State
In Where Have All the Treaties Gone?, Duncan Hollis, one of the law professor authors of the international law and politics blog Opinio Juris, reports that (after a big nudge from Congress), the Department of State has added almost 1500 bilateral and multilateral treaties and other international agreements to its web site.
This is good news for legal researchers, since up until this point free government sources of recent U.S. treaties were very thin on the ground.
The collection begins in 1998, . . . [more]