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Treaty and convention

Under International law, what is the difference between a treaty and a convention?

a. conventions usually have only a few signatory nations whereas treaties usually have many
b. the two terms have the same meaning, thus there is no difference between them.
c. a treaty is an agreement nogotiated directly be the signatory nations, whereas a convention is first drafted by a sponsoring international organization, after which nations can decided whether to be bound by it.
d. a treaty is an agreement and a convention is typically the meeting at which the treaty was drafted.

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Under International law, what is the difference between a treaty and a convention?

a. conventions usually have only a few signatory nations whereas treaties usually have many
b. the two terms have the same meaning, thus there is no difference between them.
c. a treaty is an agreement negotiated directly by the signatory ...

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