The selection includes basic documents and cases of International Institutional Law and is prepared primarily as a tool to assist students and others interested in the field in their study and work. The documents included provide information and enable study and discussion on the main questions of International Institutional Law such as membership, internal structure, powers, dispute settlement, decision-making, responsibility and financing. The book consists of two main parts. Part One contains constituent documents of a number of international public organizations (UN, ILO, NATO, OSCE, EU, WTO) selected either because of their representativeness or uniqueness of their institutional aspects. It also includes some general documents on international organizations and more specific ones, such as the statutes of administrative tribunals. Part Two includes a selection of judicial cases considered by international (ICJ, ICTY), regional (ECtHR, ECJ) and national courts (Dutch, UK).
SneA ana Trifunovska is an associate professor at the Radboud University Nijmegen
Table of Contents; Part one - Documents; I. United Nations (UN); II. International Labour Organization (ILO); III. North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO); IV. Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Final Act of the Conference on Security and Co-Operation in Europe, 1975; V. World Trade Organization (WTO) Agreement Establishing The World Trade Organization, 1994; VI. European Union (EU); VII. Other Documents; Part Two - Cases; I. International Courts; International Court of Justice; International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) II. Regional Courts; European Court of Human Rights; European Court of Justice; National Courts