International Olympic Committee and its regulations in the system of international law

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On the basis of the analysis of some documents of international and national legislation relating to the international Olympic movement, the author comes to conclusion that the International Olympic Committee is a subject of the international sports law (a branch of the general international law) and its decisions based on the provisions of the Olympic charter - international documents sui generis - are obligatory for subjects of international law, including states, and are strictly observed by them.

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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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