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Responsibility of a State in Connection with the Conduct of an International Organization
Hamed AhmadNia 1, Mahmood Jalali2
1- Department of Law, Faculty of Humanity, IAU, Sari, Iran. (Corresponding Author)
2- Department of Law, Faculty of Humanity, University of Isfahan, Isfahan, Iran
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Background and Aim: One of the important issues in the process of codifying the Draft articles on the responsibility of international organizations 2011 was Responsibility of a State in connection with the conduct of an international organizations.
Materials and Methods: The method of the present study is descriptive - analytical one.
Ethical Considerations: Honesty and confidentiality have been observed.
Findings: The commission in Draft articles allocated the fifth part (articles 58 to 63) to this issue and has considered exclusively some of the state’s acts as state’s responsibility like: Aid and assistance, Direction and control, Coercion, Circumvention of international obligations, Acceptance of responsibility and Committing the behavior that led the injured party to rely on its responsibility. Conclusion: The Draft articles on the responsibility of international organizations 2011 for various reasons like the lack of adequate support of the injured party suffered from international organizations’ acts and the lack of effective mechanism to prevent the states’ abuse of international organizations’ legal personality doesn't have the necessary efficiency and effectiveness to systematize the Responsibility of a State in connection with the conduct of an international organization. Therefore reforming this Draft articles is necessary to resolve the existent gaps.
Conclusion: According to the absence of some behaviors in Draft, such as persuasion and lure of international organizations and lack of accurate differentiation between the responsibilities of the member states, constitutional reforms are necessary to fill the gaps.
Keywords: Aid, Control, Coercion, Circumvention, Acceptance of responsibility, Reliable Behavior
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Received: 2020/05/11 | Revised: 2020/06/1 | Accepted: 2020/06/7 | Published: 2020/07/1
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