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A Flat Earth? International Organizations in the System of International Law

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The author analyzes why it is that international law has problems accommodating international organizations, and argues that this (partly) finds it cause in the circumstance that organizations are multi-layered entities. Some of the more central doctrines of international law (in particular the law of treaties; to some extent also the law of responsibility) are, however, better suited to deal with unitary entities such as states. In order to overcome such systemic difficulties, the author carefully advocates a reconceptualization of both international organizations and the system of public international law.


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Affiliations: 1: Department of International Law, University of Amsterdam


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