Consolidating the International Legal Personality of the osce

A Headquarters Agreement with Austria

in International Organizations Law Review
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On 14 June 2017, a Headquarters Agreement between Austria and the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (‘osce’) was signed. This is remarkable in that the osce, unlike other international organisations, lacks a generally acknowledged international legal status. This View from Practice charts the history of the multilateral efforts to grant a clear legal status to the osce, the recognition by Austria that it considers the osce as having obtained international legal personality on the basis of customary international law by offering to conclude a Headquarters Agreement, and the contents of this Agreement.

Consolidating the International Legal Personality of the osce

A Headquarters Agreement with Austria

in International Organizations Law Review

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