Reassessing the Articles on the Responsibility of International Organizations

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Reassessing the Articles on the Responsibility of International Organizations

From Theory to Practice

9781035309108 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Antal Berkes, Senior Lecturer in Law, School of Law and Social Justice, University of Liverpool, Richard Collins,Professor of Law, Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Queen''s University Belfast and Rossana Deplano, Associate Professor, Leicester Law School, University of Leicester, UK
Publication Date: October 2024 ISBN: 978 1 03530 910 8 Extent: c 328 pp
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This book critically examines the reception and application of the 2011 Articles on the Responsibility of International Organizations (ARIO), assessing their effectiveness and limitations. Adopting a panoptic approach, it explores the theory underlying the concept of responsibility for internationally wrongful acts in ARIO through both doctrinal analysis and practical case studies.

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This book critically examines the reception and application of the 2011 Articles on the Responsibility of International Organizations (ARIO), assessing their effectiveness and limitations. Adopting a panoptic approach, it explores the theory underlying the concept of responsibility for internationally wrongful acts in ARIO through both doctrinal analysis and practical case studies.

The editors have brought together a diverse group of legal experts to analyse various fields in the law of responsibility for international organizations (IOs), including questions of attribution, shared responsibility, the implementation of responsibility and the progressive development of ARIO rules. The book argues that, despite its rare application, the ARIO are a useful resource for ascertaining the responsibility of IOs in the form of judicial, non-judicial, internal or external control mechanisms. Ultimately, the book demonstrates that the ARIO constitute an authoritative legal source, capable of guiding IOs in reforming their internal law.

Providing a variety of empirically grounded and theoretical perspectives, this book is an excellent resource for researchers, scholars and students of law, arbitration and dispute resolution, public international law and international relations. Readers will also benefit from the applied nature of the text and the book’s forward-thinking approach.
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‘This exciting new book draws together a diverse range of scholars to review practice on one of the most vexed problems in the discipline. With a creative combination of approaches and case studies, many on novel topics, this volume is sure to become an indispensable reference for future scholarship.’
– Guy Fiti Sinclair, The University of Auckland, New Zealand

‘A vitally important critical assessment of the impact on the development of international law of the ILCs 2011 Articles on the Responsibility of International Organisations. The editors have brought together a coherent book, which explores the intricacies of the laws governing organisational responsibility in an accessible way.’
– Nigel D. White, University of Nottingham, UK
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