Tue, Apr 6

POL 309-800, International Law
SUNY Oswego | Spring 2021
Dr. Craig Warkentin

  • Ch. 7, International Legal Personality: States, International Organizations, Non-State Groups, Individuals, and Multi-National Corporations (361-380)

  • Articulate the bases for IOs' legal personality.
  • Describe the purpose and structure of the UN.
  • Discuss the status of non-state actors in IL.

  • de facto (363)
  • de jure (363)

Questions

P. 371

  1. Briefly list the reasons that persuaded the Court that the U.N. has the capacity to bring a claim for reparations for damages to itself incurred through injury to its agent in the performance of his/her duties against (a) a member state [and] (b) a non-member state.
  2. Briefly list the reasons that persuaded the Court that the U.N. has the capacity to bring a claim for reparations for damage caused to its agent (the victim) when he/she suffers injury in the performance of his/her duties against (a) a member state [and] (b) a non-member state.
  3. Can Sweden also bring a claim at the international level on behalf of its national, Count Bernadotte?
  4. Why are non-members of the U.N. bound to recognize the international capacity of an organization they did not create?

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