law, the law of internationalorganizations.
Immunity rules belong to the traditional standard rules of internationalorganizations. It has long been accepted that internationalorganizations and their staff need to enjoy immunity from the jurisdiction of national courts. The rationale for this
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (‘ nato ’ and the ‘Organization’) has in recent years observed, with both keen interest and a degree of alarm, juridical developments in Europe relating to the immunities of internationalorganizations.
Three general considerations should be borne in mind when
One of the key questions flowing from the recent debates on the responsibility of internationalorganizations and their member States is how to distinguish States from member States. In relation to the allocation of responsibilities, and recent case law on the responsibility