Search Results for exclusion-from-participation-in-international-organisations

A. The case of IRO.

Author: Konstantinos D. Magliveras

Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

ISBN: 9041112391

Category: Law

Page: 302

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A. The case of IRO.

Magliveras has suggested that the decision to exclude Cuba was premature, as the government was penalised for an act ... 51 Konstantinos Magliveras, Exclusion from Participation in International Organisations – The Law and Practice ...

Author: Alison Duxbury

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781139496018

Category: Law


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The admission of a state to membership is an important decision for an international organisation. In making this determination, organisations are increasingly promoting the observance of human rights and democratic governance as relevant principles. They have also applied the same criteria in resolving the question of whether existing members should be excluded from an organisation's processes. Through a systematic examination of the records, proceedings and practice of international organisations, in this book Alison Duxbury examines the role and legitimacy of human rights and democracy as membership criteria. A diverse range of examples is discussed, including the membership policies and practice of the League of Nations and the United Nations; the admission of the Central and Eastern European states to the European Union; developments in regional organisations in Africa, Asia and the Americas; and the exclusion of members from the UN specialised agencies.
2011-02-10 By Alison Duxbury

not contain any right of withdrawal , nor is there any indication that the membership as a whole recognises such a right . ... See generally K.D. Magliveras , Exclusion from Participation in International Organizations : The Law and ...

Author: Nigel D. White

Publisher: Manchester University Press

ISBN: 0719059542

Category: International agencies

Page: 242

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This new edition considers the legal concepts that have emerged from a wider political debate to govern vastly differing inter-governmental organisations ranging from the UN to the EU
2005 By Nigel D. White

Termination of Membership Like the Covenant of the League of Nations,80 the UN Charter provides for expulsion. ... Exclusion from Participation in International Organisations: The Law and Practice behind Member StatesV Expulsion and ...

Author: Jan Klabbers

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108842204

Category: Law

Page: 425

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The fourth edition of this market-leading textbook offers students a clear framework for understanding the practice and logic of International Organizations Law. It is structured around the three defining relationships IOs engage in - namely, with their member states, with their organs and staff, and with the outside world. These different dynamics give rise to different concerns, which each help to explain the logic behind international institutional law. The text also discusses the essential topics of the law of IOs, including powers and finances, privileges and immunities, institutional structures, and accountability. By demonstrating how the theory works in practice, with recent examples, students will observe the impact and significance of International Organizations Law. Updated with the latest case law and literature, this new edition also contains discussions of the withdrawal of Israel and the US from UNESCO, Brexit, and the Covid-19 pandemic, and how these affect the law of international organizations.
2022-02-28 By Jan Klabbers

For a detailed treatment of the events, see KD Magliveras, Exclusion from Participation in International Organisations: The Law and Practice behind Member States' Expulsion and Suspension of Membership (The Hague, ...

Author: Koen Lenaerts

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781509923670

Category: Law

Page: 352

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Allan Rosas is one of the leading European Union jurists of his generation. His impact on the legal landscape of the EU has been immense. This collection brings together colleagues from the worlds of the judiciary, academia and practice to grapple with one of the key questions underpinning his contribution: is the trajectory of EU law one of ever-changing union? With essays exploring a range of topics from national identity and European construction to Brexit, this collection is a fitting tribute to an unrivalled EU law career.
2019-11-28 By Koen Lenaerts

Fung Global Institute and World Trade Organization, Geneva, pp xv–xviii Magliveras KD (1999) Exclusion from participation in International Organizations. The law and practice behind Member States' expulsion and suspension of membership.

Author: Gerd Droesse

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789462653276

Category: Law

Page: 439

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This book proposes that fundamental concepts of institutional law need to be rethought and revised. Contrary to conventional wisdom, international organizations do not need to have members, and the members do not need to be states and international organizations. Private sector entities may, for instance, also be full members. Furthermore, international organizations do not need to possess international legal personality, nor is their autonomy a corollary of their personality. Moreover, the notion of “subject of international law” also needs to be reconsidered and the very concepts and definitions of “intergovernmental organization” and “international organization” need to change and be defined in a wider manner. In this publication the legal implications of membership are analyzed and a new analytical framework for international organizations is proposed. The argument is propounded that the power of creation of new organizations has passed over to international organizations and other entities while an outlook on future development is also presented. Dr. Gerd Droesse is a recognized specialist in institutional law, international administrative law, complex institutional and financial policy matters and corporate governance issues, with over 30 years of experience in working for international organizations in senior and management positions. He was the Legal Counsel/Acting General Counsel of the Green Climate Fund and assisted the World Green Economy Organization as General Counsel in its transition to a new type of intergovernmental organization.
2019-12-19 By Gerd Droesse

Contents Cross-Strait Relations in International Organizations Historical Overview and Case Studies Taiwan’s Foreign Policy and Diplomatic Relations Taiwan’s International Participation and International Space Target Groups Researchers ...

Author: Björn Alexander Lindemann

Publisher: Springer VS

ISBN: 365805526X

Category: Political Science

Page: 349

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​Taiwan has been excluded from the United Nations and other organizations for which statehood is required and its presence in IGOs is mainly limited to functional and regional organizations that allow flexible models of participation, having a specific name, status and activity space in each organization. Taiwan’s exclusion from major IGOs derives from its unique international status as well as the political controversy over the representation of China in the international arena. Björn Alexander Lindemann provides a substantial analysis of the relationship between Taiwan and China in and with regard to IGOs in the time period between 2002 and 2011. Based on a neoclassical realist approach, he takes a look at the case studies of the WTO, APEC, WHO and UN, and explains Taiwan’s new IGO strategy under President Ma Ying-jeou after 2008 and its impact on Taiwan’s international space.

Useful overviews of practice include Konstantinos D. Magliveras, Exclusion from Participation in International Organisations: The Law and Practice behind Member States' Expulsion and Suspension of Membership (1999), and Alison Duxbury, ...

Author: Jan Klabbers

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: 9781782540953

Category: Law

Page: 160

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The Advanced Introduction to the Law of International Organizations gives a nuanced overview of the legal mechanisms behind the operation of international organizations such as the UN, the EU and the World Bank. It offers perceptive insights by placing
2015-07-31 By Jan Klabbers

Magliveras, Konstantinos, Exclusion from Participation in International Organisations: The Law and Practice Behind Member States'Expulsion and Suspension of Membership, 1999, Kluwer Law International. Makarczyk,Jerzy, “The International ...

Author: Viljam Engström

Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

ISBN: 9789004220300

Category: Law

Page: 214

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The book illustrates the function of legal doctrines in a discourse on the extent of powers of international institutions, and questions whether a move to a constitutional vocabulary can transcend the dichotomy at the heart of diverging constructions of powers.
2012-05-16 By Viljam Engström

39 See Konstantinos D. Magliveras, Exclusion from Participation in International Organisations: The Law and Practice behind Member States' Expulsion and Suspension of Membership (Kluwer Law International 1999) 95.

Author: Yasmine Nahlawi

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429865701

Category: Law

Page: 202

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This book offers a novel and contemporary examination of the ‘responsibility to protect’ (R2P) doctrine from an international legal perspective and analyses how the doctrine was applied within the Libyan and Syrian conflicts as two recent and highly significant R2P cases. The book dissects each of R2P’s three component pillars to examine their international legal underpinnings, drawing upon diverse legal frameworks – including the laws of the UN, laws of international organisations, human rights law, humanitarian law, criminal law, environmental law, and laws of State responsibility – to extract conclusions regarding existing and emerging host and third-State obligations to prevent and react to mass atrocity crimes. It uses this legal grounding to critically examine specific aspects of the Libyan and Syrian R2P cases, engaging with some of the more traditional debates surrounding R2P’s application, most notably those that pertain to the use of force (or lack thereof), but also exploring some of the less-researched non-military methods that were or could have been employed by States and international organisations to uphold the doctrine. Such an analysis captures the diversity in the means and actors through which R2P can be implemented and allows for the extraction of more nuanced conclusions regarding the doctrine’s strengths and limitations, gaps in enforceability, levels of State support, and future trajectory. The book will be of interest to scholars and students in the field of international law and human rights law.
2019-11-14 By Yasmine Nahlawi