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Legal Opinion on Human Rights and the Work of the World Bank, 27th January 2006, OXIO 215

World Bank

Subject(s):
Development — Sovereignty — Implied powers of international organizations — Practice and procedure of international organizations
1. Modes of treaty interpretation applicable to the constituent charters of international financial institutions. 2. The concept of development in the World Bank. 3. The World Bank’s prohibition of interference in the political affairs of its Member States and the associated understanding of state sovereignty. 4. The role of international human rights law in the operations of the World Bank. This headnote pertains to: Legal Opinion on Human Rights and the Work of the World Bank , an act of an international organization. Jump to full text . Is the World Bank (or...
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