International Organizations before National Courts

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Index
access to court, 226, 236, 258, 280ff, 306, 324, 365f, 383, 389, 393
and arbitration, 307f
and immunity, 282ff, 313
constitutional law standard, 290ff, 295, 326
limitation of, 304, 306ff
accountability, 287
see also international organizations
act of state doctrine, 35, 84ff, 375, 391
and international organizations, 89
parallels to immunity, 85f
acte de gouvernement,96ff
actio popularis,126
acts—
commercial, 23, 156, 180, 184, 192, 198, 200, 202, 207, 259ff, 337, 358
functional, 185, 194, 206, 210
iure gestionis,9, 22, 196ff, 258ff, 288, 347, 373f
iure imperii, 9, 22f,190, 192f, 206, 373, 392
iure imperii/iure gestionis,22, 87, 185, 193, 195, 211f, 259, 347f, 371
non-functional, 77ff, 81, 140, 212ff, 342ff, and immunity, 344
official, 23, 87, 142, 185, 207ff, 210ff, 336ff, 358, 363
private, 22, 191, 202, 224, 372
tortious, 28, 214, 344, 346, 386
ultra vires, see ultra vires
adjudicative power, 100, 189, 290, 328, 372
denial of, 84, 93, 105, 123, 368
lack of, 38, 99ff, 188, 319, 372ff, 381, 387
see also jurisdiction
administrative law, 101, 374
see also international organizations
Administrative Tribunal—
of the ILO, 30, 105f, 123, 150, 267f, 272, 292, 310, 368
of the OAS, 199
of the UN, 172, 267, 273
of the World Bank, 268, 367
administrative tribunals, 267ff, 292, 326, 384, 389
establishment of, 267f, 270f
human rights protection by, 274f
advisory opinions, 56, 124, 130, 143f, 270
affirmative action, 370
amicus curiae,19, 138, 198, 239
amnesty laws, 286
anti-trust law, 13, 28, 70, 91, 175, 370f
see also competition law
Arab Monetary Fund, 40, 42, 48, 64ff, 155, 252f
arbitration, 108ff, 181, 188, 227ff, 265ff, 272, 337
and access to court, 279, 307
and immunity, 91, 109, 134, 181, 222
independence and impartiality of, 307
supervision of, 227, 308, 368
see also immunity: disputes concerning
arbitration award, 118f, 337
arbitration clause, 109, 132f, 226ff, 266, 269, 386
ASECNA, 27, 182, 227
Asian Development Bank, 178f
attributability, 71, 78ff
Bank of International Settlements, 75
bankruptcy, 69, 155
CERN, 26, 43, 72, 163, 297
choice of forum, 103ff, 245
choice of forum clause, 108, 189, 219, 222ff, 386
choice of law, 245, 247, 249, 383
choice of law clause, 223ff

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgements xiii
  • Table of Cases xvii
  • Table of Legal Instruments lv
  • Abbreviations lxv
  • 1 - Purpose, Subject and Methodology of This Study 1
  • Part I - Descriptive Analysis 33
  • 2 - Avoidance Techniques 35
  • 3 - Strategies of Judicial Involvement 169
  • Part II - Policy Issues 231
  • 4 - Rationales for Judicial Abstention 233
  • 5 - Reasons for Asserting Jurisdiction 252
  • Part III - Future Developments 315
  • 6 - Do National Courts Provide an Appropriate Forum for Disputes Involving International Organizations? 317
  • 7 - Conclusions 391
  • Bibliography 394
  • Index 444
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