This study aims to provide a comprehensive legal analysis of problems concerning membership, the structure of the United Nations organs, their functions and their acts taking into consideration the text of the Charter, its historical origins, and, particularly, the practice of the organs. One of the aims of the book is to trace precisely the "story" of the United Nations from its birth through an analysis of the practice. Moreover, since the Charter has never undergone any substantive modifications, one cannot exclude that what may appear to be old and obsolete today could become of current interest in the future.
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Benedetto Conforti is Professor Emeritus of International Law, former Judge at the European Court of Human Rights, and Member of the Institut de Droit International. Carlo Focarelli is Professor of International Law at the University of Perugia and Chair of Private International Law at the LUISS University of Rome.Language Notes:
Text: English (translation)
Original Language: Italian
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