Jurisdictional Immunities of States and International Organizations
This book explores the relationship between the jurisdictional immunities of states and international organizations, in an attempt to bring clarity and predictability to the law of international immunities. Embracing a holistic approach, this book charts the history, purpose, scope, competing norms, and exceptions and waivers for the jurisdictional immunities related to states and then international organizations, respectively. Finally, it focuses on the relationship between the two areas analyzing in detail the differences and commonalities between the two.
The author aims to position the book to be of use both to scholars and practicing lawyers and legal advisers in government and international organizations, as well as to lawyers whose practice concerns issues and laws of privileges and immunities.
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