Non-governmental interests in international regional organizations /
International organizations are typically intergovernmental in nature and endowed with a bipolar institutional structure where organs of States are usually juxtaposed with the Secretariat. On these premises, in Non-Governmental Interests in Regional Organizations: The Role of Parliamentary, Socio-Ec...
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|Series:||Legal aspects of international organization ;
- Intro; Non-Governmental Interests in International Regional Organizations; Copyright; Contents; Acronyms; Abbreviations; General Introduction; 1 Non-governmental Interests in the International Legal Order: Recent Trends; 2 Participation of Non-governmental Interests in International Organizations; 2.1 The Un-organic Involvement of Non-governmental Interests and Its Particular Diffusion in Universal Organizations; 2.2 The Organic Involvement of Non-governmental Interests and Its Significant Diffusion in Regional Organizations.
- 3 Studies on the Participation of Non-governmental Interests in International Organizations4 Methodology and Research Plan; 1 Non-governmental Interests in Regional Organizations; 1 Evolution in the Institutional Design of Regional Organizations: The Bipolar Institutional Structure and the Multipolar One; 1.1 The Diffusion of the Bipolar Institutional Structure and the Multipolar One until the End of the 1980s; 1.2 The Diffusion of the Bipolar Institutional Structure and the Multipolar One from the 1990s; 2 Non-governmental Institutions: Concept and Criteria for Classification.
- 2.1 Ratione Materiae Criterion: Parliamentary, Socio-economic and Territorial Institutions2.2 Legal Criterion: Integrated Institutions versus Connected Institutions; 3 Reasons for the Establishment of Institutions Representing Non-governmental Interests Within Regional Organizations; 3.1 The Legal Factor: Broadening of the Mandate of International Organizations; 3.2 The Non-legal Factor: The Trend to Emulation; 4 Current Dissemination of the Phenomenon of Institutional Multipolarism of Regional Organizations.
- 4.1 The Legal Models of Interstate Institutionalized Cooperation and the Institutional Multipolarism of Regional Organizations4.2 The Geographic Spread of the Phenomenon of Institutional Multipolarism of Regional Organizations; 2 Institutions Representing Non-governmental Interests in Regional Organizations: Legal Institutional Features and Practice; 1 General Considerations; 1.1 Legal Institutional Features of Parliamentary Institutions; 1.2 Legal Institutional Features of Socio-economic and Territorial Institutions; 2 Functions of Institutions Representing Non-governmental Interests.
- 2.1 Functions of Parliamentary Institutions2.2 Functions of Socio-economic Institutions and Territorial Institutions; 3 Normative Acts of Institutions Representing Non-governmental Interests; 3.1 Self-regulation Acts; 3.2 Inter-organic Acts; 3.3 Interinstitutional Agreements; 3.4 External Normative Acts; 3 The Contribution of Institutions Representing Non-governmental Interests to Strengthening Interstate Institutionalized Cooperation; 1 Contribution to Enhancing the Functionality of Regional Organizations; 2 Contribution to Enhancing the Legitimacy of Regional Organizations.