INGO - subjects of international law: public or private?

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Leaning against works of leaders domestic civilists and corresponding international legal documents of last years, the author opens character and the nature of the relations regulated by so-called conflict norms of the international private law. Then compares them to the legal relationship making a subject of activity of the international non-governmental organizations. Such approach allows it to result weighty arguments in favor of their international legal personality.

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Kh M Dzhantaev

Council for the Study of Productive Forces (CSPF) of RAS

Центр исследований экономических проблем СНГ; Совет по изучению производительных сил (СОПС) РАН; Council for the Study of Productive Forces (CSPF) of RAS


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