Integration of decisions of global organizations with decisions of regional organizations
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2019, Volume 8, Issue issue 28 part 1, Pages 20-47
AbstractThe international system has undergone many achievements and failures Which affected in it and led to structural changes, the most important of which is the emergence of the role of regional organizations and their attempt to enter areas that may be at the core of the competence of their counterparts in global organizations. This, in turn, requires to find solutions fearing from overlap in the terms of reference between them. The United Nations Charter addressed this issue at Chapter VIII of the United Nations Charter, which necessitated the integration of the decisions of regional and global organizations. The nature of the legal relationship between the regional and global organizations is a confirmation and recognition relationship of the legitimacy of its existence and the importance of its role on the one hand, And a relationship of supervising and controlling and using and cooperating in the management of all international relations on the other hand. The Security Council exercises control and supervision over regional organizations, both in their efforts to settle disputes peacefully or when carrying out enforcement action. As a result of the controversy over how a particular international community should be considered a regional organization, It is, therefore, better to add to the Articles of Chapter VIII of the Charter of the United Nations a text that defines the regional organization and the necessary controls for its implementation, As well as the terms of reference of regional organization which it meets with the global organization or differs with it.
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