The Cambridge companion to international organizations law /

The Cambridge Companion to International Organizations Law illuminates, from a legal perspective, what international organizations are, what makes them 'tick' and how they affect the world around them. It critically discusses such classic issues as the concept of international organization...

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Other Authors: Klabbers, Jan (editors.)
Format: eBook
Published: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2022.
Series:Cambridge companions to law.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction / Jan Klabbers
  • Beyond functionalism : international organizations law in context / Jan Klabbers
  • The concept of international organization / Angelo Golia jr. and Anne Peters
  • Accountability / Megan Donaldson and Surabhi Ranganathan
  • Inclusion and exclusion in international organizations / B.S. Chimni
  • A legal framework on international matters : please mind the gap / Laurence Boisson de Chazournes and Vasileos Pergantis
  • Standard-setting in UN system organizations / Jose E. Alvarez
  • Operational activities / Alison Duxbury
  • Deliberation / Ian Johnstone
  • Teaching statehood guy / Fiti Sinclair
  • Interaction between international organizations / Rene Uruena
  • The international organization for migration and the duty to protect migrants : revisiting the law of international organizations / Vincent Chetail
  • Global health / Gian Luca Burci
  • Energy provision / Volker Roeben
  • International organizations, disarmament and state behaviour / Nigel D. White
  • International organizations and stories of development / Isabel Feichtner
  • Food security and international organizations : why not global? Why not now? / Monica Garcia-Salmones Rovira
  • Financial stability / Matthias Goldmann
  • Epilogue / Jan Klabbers.