1 The exercise of normative powers is an essential part of the activities of international organizations or institutions (International Law, Development through International Organizations, Policies and Practice). It is through the adoption of normative acts that international organizations fulfil many of their functions. The production of normative acts may take two forms in that context. On the one hand, international organizations may provide a forum for the adoption of treaties concluded by Member States, as evidenced, amongst others, by the practice of the...
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