Aid or Assistance and Direction and Control between states and International Organizations in the Commission of Internationally Wrongful Acts

in International Organizations Law Review
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Abstract

Questions concerning the international responsibility of international organizations and/or their member States for internationally wrongful acts primarily raise important issues of attribution. In addition, a concurrent responsibility may arise from situations where international organizations aid or assist or direct and control the acts of States or other international organizations. This contribution intends to highlight some problems that stem from the fact that the current formulations of Articles 13 and 14 of the ILC Draft Articles on responsibility of international organizations are largely based on the corresponding provisions of the 2001 ILC Articles on State responsibility.

Aid or Assistance and Direction and Control between states and International Organizations in the Commission of Internationally Wrongful Acts

in International Organizations Law Review

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