International organizations (IOs) are subjects of international law typically created by agreement between States, usually through treaties, for the achievement or furtherance of a common objective of the IO’s creators. Modern international organizations play a variety of direct and indirect roles in the treaty process.1 Indirectly, IOs provide a permanent forum where technical and legal experts may gather to facilitate treaty-making. Bodies such as the International Law Commission (ILC) or the UN Commission on International Trade Law regularly identify and...
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