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An Introduction to International Organizations Law 3rd ed

ISBN13: 9781107080508
Published: April 2015
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £77.00
Paperback edition , ISBN13 9781107439719

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The third edition of this market leading textbook (previously called An Introduction to International Institutional Law) is written in a clear, three-part structure. It is centred on the dynamics of the relationships between international organisations and their organs, staff, and the outside world. It discusses the essential topics of the law of international organisations, including powers, finances, and privileges and immunities, as well as membership rules, institutional structures, and accountability.

The newly revised text has been updated extensively to reflect the entry into force of the EU's Lisbon Treaty (and Croatia's accession) and new articles on the responsibility of international organisations. The chapters have also been reorganised for further clarity. Two new chapters, on the international civil service and the relations between organisations and other institutions, respectively, have been added.

Public International Law
1. Introduction
2. The rise of international organisations

Part I. Member States and International Organisations:;
3. The legal position of international organisations
4. International organisations and the law of treaties
5. Issues of membership
6. Financing
7. Privileges and immunities
8. Legal instruments
9. Dissolution and succession

Part II. Internal Relations:
10. Institutional structures
11. The bureaucracy

Part III. External Relations:
12. Treaty-making by international organisations
13. Organisational liaisons
14. Issues of responsibility
15. Concluding remarks.