1 The notion of ‘international organization’ emerged from treatises of the late 19th century, mainly in purpose of organizing the international political order. This goal could be achieved through conferences, transboundary associations of a private or public nature or similar formal and informal alliances. The Statute of the Permanent Court of International Justice (PCIJ) (‘PCIJ Statute’) (see Art. 67 PCIJ Statute) leveraged the term ‘international organization’ as a technical term denoting international entities such as the International Labour Office...
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