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AbstractInternational organizations (ios) have become key institutions in contemporary international law-making. Their increase in authority has, however, come together with a decrease in politicization. This has led, when the question of their control arose, to largely distracting discussions...
AbstractIn 2013, the International Law Commission (ilc) embarked on a codification project on identification of customary international law, including the role that international organizations (ios) might play in the formation of customary norms. Parallel discussions in the international law...
AbstractStates compete in seeking to host international institutions. To this end Germany recently adopted a national host state act offering interested institutions and their organizational units an extensive catalogue of privileges and immunities. This piece presents the act and addresses the...
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