UN international agreements that have not ratified the U.S.

The Convention on the Rights of the Child signed but not ratified

Treaty on the Complete and Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty signed, but not ratified

Treaty on the Limitation of Anti-Ballistic Missile. Neither the USSR (Russia), nor the United States could launch a nuclear strike against each other, as retaliation for the destruction of the aggressor country. Thus, the rocket attack automatically becomes an act of suicide, and between the two superpowers installed a "strategic balance". After the signing, the United States has repeatedly tried to circumvent the Treaty, and in late 2001, President George W. Bush announced that the United States unilaterally to come out of this agreement. The formal reason was the desire of the U.S. to protect itself against missile attacks from so-called rogue states and terrorist groups.

The International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Here are some articles of the pact:

The right of peoples to self-determination
Right to work
The right to just and favorable conditions of work
The right to form trade unions and strikes
Social security law
Protection of the family, mothers and children
The right to an adequate standard of living (including the right to housing and food)
The right to the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health
The right of everyone to education
Action plan for the introduction of compulsory free universal primary education
The right to participate in cultural life, to enjoy the benefits of scientific progress and the protection of interests related to their own creativity

The Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons (and the Second Protocol) Prohibiting or restricting the use of anti-personnel mines

The resolution on a moratorium on the death penalty


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