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Measures a State can take against an International Organization on which it has Conferred Powers

DAN SAROOSHI

in International Organizations and their Exercise of Sovereign Powers

Published in print March 2007 | ISBN: 9780199225774
Published online January 2010 | e-ISBN: 9780191710346 | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199225774.003.0008

Series: Oxford Monographs in International Law

Measures a State can take against an International Organization on which it has Conferred Powers

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This chapter clarifies the available measures for a State under international law when it wants to try and change the way that an organization is implementing conferred powers. It considers a number of reasons why States may legitimately wish to take measures against an international organization on which they have conferred powers in addition to the issue of non-compliance with sovereign values. It notes that the number and type of measures that States may take against an organization will depend on the type of conferrals and the nature of the relationship that is established as a result of these conferrals between States and the organization.

Keywords: non-compliance; international law; sovereign values

Chapter.  6920 words. 

Subjects: Public International Law

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