2011 - Volume 2, Issue 2

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Studying International Organizations as a Continuum of Formality and Informality: History, Law, and Politics

John Mathiason and Kirsten Haack


Theorizing International Organizations

Choices and Methods in the Study of International Organizations

Ian Hurd


Situating Information Infrastructure Builders as International Organizations

Ben Li


Reforming International Organizations

Trusteeship, Suspended Sovereignty, and Enforcement of UN Membership Duties: Governance in Times of Peril

Noemi Gal-Or


Insider's View

The United Nations Judicial Tribunals as Tools for Managerial Accountability

Tamara Shockley



International Networks in Times of Transition (conference report)

Milena Guthoerl


The History of International Organizations - What is New?

Klaas Dykmann


The UN in a Nutshell - And Much More Than That: Robert Kolb's "Introduction to the Law of the UN"

Julia Harfensteller

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