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International Organizations and the Idea of Autonomy : Institutional Independence in the International Legal Order.

Author: Richard Collins; Nigel D White
Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor & Francis, 2011.
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The volumes contains contributions from leading scholars in international law including Jan Wouters and€Jan Klabbers, who consider the idea of international organisations as autonomous entities, and explore the difficulties of theorising autonomy in a decentralised legal system, where autonomy appears as both desirable and dangerous at the same time.
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Collins, Richard.
International Organizations and the Idea of Autonomy : Institutional Independence in the International Legal Order.
Hoboken : Taylor & Francis, ©2011
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Collins; Nigel D White
ISBN: 9780203828090 0203828097
OCLC Number: 729166521
Description: 1 online resource (464 pages)
Contents: Book Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Notes on contributors; Preface; List of abbreviations; Foreword; 1 International organizations and the idea of autonomy: Introduction and overview; Part I: Theoretical and conceptual frameworks; 2 Modernist-positivism and the problem of institutional autonomy in international law; 3 Autonomy in Kant's philosophy of international law; 4 The multifaceted concept of the autonomy of international organizations and international legal discourse; 5 Policy autonomy of intergovernmental organizations: A challenge to international relations theory? 6 The idea of autonomy: Accountability, self-determinism and what normative claims about institutional autonomy in global governance should mean7 Autonomy, constitutionalism and virtue in international institutional law; Part II: Themes of autonomy in public international law and international institutional law; 8 The emergence of international agencies in the global administrative space: Autonomous actors or state servants?; 9 International adjudication and autonomy; 10 Sanctions and countermeasures by international organizations: Diverging lessons for the idea of autonomy. 11 The relationship between international legal personality and the autonomy of international organizations12 Powers of organizations and the many faces of autonomy; 13 Managerial accountability: What impact on international organizations' autonomy?; 14 Autonomy, attribution and accountability: Reflections on the Behrami case; 15 Immunity as a guarantee for institutional autonomy: A functional perspective on the necessity of UN immunity in post-conflict administrations; Part III: Autonomy within particular institutional contexts; 16 Layers of autonomy in the UN system. 17 Regional arrangements and the UN legal order18 Conceptualizing the autonomy of the European Union; 19 Institutional balances, competences and restraints: The EU as an autonomous foreign policy actor; 20 Autonomy in international environmental law and governance: A case study of the actual (somewhere between the fable and the threat); 21 Future imperfect: Institutional autonomy and the WTO; Bibliography; Index.

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The volumes contains contributions from leading scholars in international law including Jan Wouters and€Jan Klabbers, who consider the idea of international organisations as autonomous entities, and explore the difficulties of theorising autonomy in a decentralised legal system, where autonomy appears as both desirable and dangerous at the same time.

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