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Henry G. Schermers and Niels M. Blokker

did not relegate sovereign states to the wings. On the contrary, states remain the leading actors in international relations. 10 There is neither a universal state nor a world government. 11 Nevertheless, international organizations, the subject of our study, perform an important supporting role

Henry G. Schermers and Niels M. Blokker

New York (Court of Appeal) 72 and England (High Court) 73 seem to have been more restrictive. The scope of the unenforceable contract has also been subjected to different interpretations. Is it only the contract involving the currency of a member which is “unenforceable” or do further legal


Manasa Dzirikure and Garth Allen

Joachim Gruber

I NTERNATIONAL O RGANIZATIONS L AW R EVIEW © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2011 DOI: 10.1163/157237411X587388 European schools: A subject of International Law Integrated into the European Union Joachim Gruber* Professor of Business Law and Labour Law, University of Zwickau

Guillaume Le Floch, Marie Lemey and Lucie Paiola

Court can only exercise its jurisdiction over said crime one year after the ratification or acceptance of the amendments by thirty States. However, this remains subject to a decision to be taken after 1 January 2017 by two-thirds of the States Parties. B 13th Session of the Assembly of States

Jose Magnaye and August Reinisch

. In the subsequent icsid arbitration, the claimant’s actions were based on the Denmark-Egypt bit . The claimant submitted that it and its investment had been subject to unfair, discriminatory and inequitable treatment by Egypt. 31 The icsid tribunal did not follow Egypt’s submission regarding

Matthew Parish

inexplicable, as it removes all possibility of legal accountability. The supposed rationales for legal immunities of international organizations are reviewed and proved wanting. The conclusion drawn is that international organizations should be subjected to radically improved regimes of international judicial

Paolo Mengozzi

proceedings brought in specific areas. Furthermore, at art. 225a, third paragraph, it adds that “the decisions given by judicial panels may be subject to a right of appeal on points of law only or, when provided for in the decision establishing the panel, a right of appeal also on matters of fact, before the

Francisco Orrego Vicuña

-standing tradition of administrative tribunals and other bodies has established the discretionary nature of acts of the administration, which generally means that such acts are not subject to judicial review. 1 However, this very concept has been qualified in a number of ways, particularly when some form of abuse of

Immunity of the United Nations

Practice and Challenges

Bruce C. Rashkow

Human Rights] cannot be interpreted in a manner that would subject the acts and omissions of the Security Council to domestic jurisdiction without the accord of the United Nations. 26 It is much more difficult to understand the decision of the United Nations declining to review the claims of the