Derecho internacional

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1.- What could be the best general definition of an International Organization? What could be a satisfactory classification of I.O.?

Is the organization that draws distinctions interms of legal powers and obligations between the organization and its member states, also possess organs capable of exercising such legal capacity and responsibilities on the international plane.

AnIO is classify to draw distinction in terms of legal powers and obligations between the organization and its member states, a satisfactory classification for an IO is maximum authority regulationbetween states. The UN is an example.

2. - What similarities and what differences are there between a state and an I.O.?

They both are organizations with members concerning legal acts assumingresponsibilities for their acts in certain territories. The main difference is that a State´s administration takes missions in specific territories and an international organization can present protestsfrom one state against another one to perform legal acts on the international plane rather than within a municipal law system. A State has its municipal laws applicable only to each state and aninternational organization is capable of possessing international rights and duties and capacity to maintain its rights by bringing international claims.

3. - Is there a common law for all I.O. in spiteof their diversity?

Yes, is calculated in accordance with the rules of International Law.

4. - What is the role of International Law in relation to International Organizations?

TheInternational Law is applied when the Organization brings an international claim against one of its members which caused injury to it, its role is to measure the reparations depending on the amount of the damagewhich the Organization has suffered as the result of the wrongful act or omission of the defendant State and should be calculated in accordance with the rules of the International Law.

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