In relation to a recent question, if somebody were to attack The Bahamas (or one of their ships etc.) can The Bahamas formally invoke any explicit defense treaty with some country with more military muscle, like the US or the UK? Or does The Bahamas have none of those and they'd have to rely on the UNSC, or the famous Monroe doctrine, etc.?
Q: Does The Bahamas have any formal defense treaties?
With the US, et al., as part of the Inter-American Treaty of Reciprocal Assistance —
The central principle contained in its articles is that an attack against one is to be considered an attack against them all; this was known as the "hemispheric defense" doctrine. ... The Bahamas was the most recent country to sign and ratify it in 1982.