Two countries might agree to stop a war, or declare war on a common enemy, or allow each other's citizens or merchandise to cross borders freely. Treaties are usually used to settle disputes. The European Union is set up by treaties between most of the European nations.
- 1494 - Treaty of Tordesillas
- 1783 - Treaty of Paris (1783)
- 1814 - Congress of Vienna
- 1840 - Treaty of Waitangi
- 1919 - Treaty of Versailles
- 1928 - Kellogg-Briand Pact
- 1935 - Roerich Pact
- 1938 - Munich Agreement
- 1944 - Bretton Woods Agreement
- 1945 - United Nations Charter
- 1947 - General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade
- 1949 - North Atlantic Treaty
- 1955 - Warsaw Pact
- 1957 - Treaty of Rome
- 1968 - Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty
- 1992 - Treaty of Maastricht
- 1993 - United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
- 1998 - Good Friday Agreement
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