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Bridget Conley-Zilkic

Introduction In 2004, political philosopher Jacques Rancière asked: ‘Who is the subject of the Rights of Man?’ 1 A question at least as old as the French Revolution, it is implicitly posed in the title of that period’s central document, the ‘ Declarations des Droits de l’Homme et du Citoyen

Gloria Fernández Arribas

, one of the most well-known may be soft law. This issue has been studied since the nineties, but it remains a subject of controversy 2 and has important effects on the theory of international institutional law since it affects the legal value of the decisions of IOs. In this respect, Higgins

Amerasinghe

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

management. With this series, we want to facilitate the search by listing the web sites that contain information on particular subjects. This first note is in- tended to introduce the web sites of inter- national organisations. Have you got any suggestions with regard to further interesting peacekeeping web

International Organizations and the EU General Data Protection Regulation

Exploring the Interaction between EU Law and International Law

Christopher Kuner

of the hundreds of intergovernmental organizations subject to public international law 2 (referred to here as ‘international organizations’ or ‘IOs’). The EU General Data Protection Regulation (‘ GDPR ’), 3 which became applicable on 25 May 2018, illustrates the tensions between EU law