The Countermeasure of Disobedience: Implementing the Responsibility of International Organisations

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Antonios Tzanakopoulos
University of Oxford – Faculty of Law
January 19, 2013

The Responsibility of International Organizations: Essays in Memory of Sir Ian Brownlie

Maurizio Ragazzi, ed., Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Forthcoming

Abstract:
This short study in memory of Sir Ian Brownlie QC discusses the countermeasure of disobedience as a means of implementation of the responsibility of international organisations. Focusing on Security Council sanctions under Chapter VII of the Charter, it argues that actions of the Security Council may be illegal and thus engage the responsibility of the UN. It then argues that disobedience of such sanctions on the part of States may qualify as a countermeasure against the Organisation. This legal characterisation of disobedience has significant advantages over the ‘invalidity theory’ in that it subjects decentralised reaction to a specific legal framework.

Source: Social Science Network

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