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International Organizations As Law-makers (Oxford Monographs in International Law)

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This chapter discusses the role of international organizations as treaty-makers. The broadest grant of delegated treaty-making power is arguably contained in the Constitution of the International Labour Organization.

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International Organizations and the Rule of Law José E. Alvarez1 The subject of this symposium—whether and how international organizations (IOs) should be subject to the rule of law—is evergreen. Consider three incidents over the course of Incident One According to press reports, on Oct. 6,U.S. federal agents arrested John Ashe.

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international organizations, and foreign investment. Alvarez, who is the immediate past president of the American Society of International Law, has also taught at New York University Law School, the University of Michigan Law School, and George Washington School of Law.

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"José E. Alvarez, International Organizations as Law-Makers" published on 01 Jan by Brill | : Jan Klabbers. Extract. Tarcisio Gazzini INTRODUCTION The legal personality of international organizations is a classic but always topical and complex theme in international law, a theme to which a remarkable number of works have been dedicated and which continues to attract the attention of governments, international organizations themselves, and scholars.1 It is nowadays undisputed that Cited by: 4.

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Alvarez. Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand ISBN: Category: Law Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» International Organizations as Law-makers addresses how international organizations with a global reach, such as the UN and the WTO, have changed the mechanisms and reasoning behind the making, implementation, and enforcement of international law.

His recent book, International Organizations as Law-Makers (Oxford, ), analyzes the law-generating role of international organizations and has made a substantial contribution to the field. Extract. Enzo Cannizzaro and Paolo Palchetti INTRODUCTORY REMARKS In its purest meaning, the notion of an ultra vires act refers to acts or actions of international organizations, which are taken outside the scope of their competence.1 This notion is therefore intimately connected with the idea of entities possessing only some (limited) powers of : Enzo Cannizzaro, Paolo Palchetti.

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Yearbook of International Organizations. Brussels: Union of International Associations. Level 1 Ref. / ASY • SELECTED TREATISES Alvarez, José E. International Organizations as Law-Makers. New York: Oxford University Press, Professor Alvarez was president of the American Society of International Law from and is a member of the Council of Foreign Relations.

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