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Kristen E Boon

2014) (dismissed for lack of subject matter jurisdiction due to the UN’s absolute immunity); World Bank Group v Wallace (Supreme Court of Canada, Case No 36315, 29 April 2016), [2016] 1 SCR 207 (affirming that the World Bank enjoys absolute immunity). See also Stichting Mothers of Srebrenica et al v

Gaiane Nuridzhanian

differs as between Article 20(2) and Article 20(3). Article 20(2) bars trial by another court for a crime for which the person has already been convicted or acquitted by the Court. As a treaty, the Rome Statute is subject to the pacta tertiis rule, meaning that it is binding only on States parties

in Baghdad, Iraqi authorities apparently have moved ' significant pieces of dual-capable equipment, subject to monitoring by the commission's remote camera monitoring view of the cameras. ' In a letter sent to the Council, Butler said the equipment in- cludes ' gyroscope rotor balancing equipment


The Law of International Organizations 9 THE LAW OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS: A SUBJECT WHICH NEEDS EXPLORATION AND ANALYSIS C.F. A MERASINGHE * The law of international organizations, including the institutional law, has been somewhat neglected in the past, even though, or perhaps because

Gregor Schusterschitz

European Agencies as Subjects of International Law 163 EUROPEAN AGENCIES AS SUBJECTS OF INTERNATIONAL LAW G REGOR S CHUSTERSCHITZ * 1. INTRODUCTION Since the late 1950s, the European Communities have established different independent community bodies by way of regulations – namely, by a legal

Henry G. SchermersundNiels M. Blokker

national legal orders important? Why is it necessary to examine whether, or to what extent, international organizations are international legal persons, or subjects of international law, 3 or entities capable of bearing rights and obligations? 4 Without such a status, international organizations would not

The State Practice of India and the Development of International Law

Dynamic Interplay between Foreign Policy and Jurisprudence


Bimal N. Patel

The State Practice of India and the Development of International Law by Bimal N. Patel provides a critical analysis of India’s state practice and development of international law. Providing insight into the historical evolution of Indian state practice from pre-1945 period through the 21st century, the work meticulously and systematically examines the interpretation and execution of international law by national legislative executive and judicial organs individually as well as collectively. The author demonstrates India’s ambitions as a rising global power and emerging role in shaping international affairs, and convincingly argues how India will continue to resist and prevent consolidation of Euro-American centric influence of international law in areas of her political, economic and culture influence.

Henry G. SchermersundNiels M. Blokker

international organizations on individual technical subjects. Thus, it was possible to refer to the “specialized agencies of the CMEA”. 80 In the so-called comprehensive programme of 1971, the members of the CMEA stipulated that agreements and protocols would be concluded between the CMEA and these

Henry G. SchermersundNiels M. Blokker

organs of an organization. They are served by the secretariat and they are subject to the general budgetary and administrative authority of the ‘hosting’ organization, subject to the caveat that no resolution of another organ can amend the treaty which created a treaty organ. Provisions concerning treaty

Henry G. SchermersundNiels M. Blokker

stretch far enough to include all acts indispensable for the performance of the functions of the organization. 17 In its 1996 WHO Advisory Opinion, the International Court of Justice considered that international organizations are subjects of international law which do not, unlike states, possess a