The arbitrator renders a decision (called an "award"). Depending on the parties' agreement, this decision may range from a simple statement of who won and what they won, to a lengthy opinion giving all the reasons for the arbitrator's decision. In all countries who are signatories to the 1958 United Nations Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards (known as the "New York Convention"), an arbitration award issued in another signatory country may be turned into a court judgment, and enforced as such.