1 There is no model institutional structure for international organizations. In practice, their structures vary widely: some are simple, others are rather complex (eg with many subsidiary organs; with parliamentary and judicial organs). But their institutional structures also have important elements in common. For example, all international organizations need a secretariat (International Organizations or Institutions, Secretariats). In addition, all international organizations need at least one decision-making body. ‘Decision-making body’ is not a notion that is...
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