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Question: In what way are international organizations and intergovernmental organizations legal entities in public international law?
International organizations and intergovernmental organizations are legal entities in public international law because they are established under treaties between two or more states, which make them subject to international law. Their legal personality is recognized by international law in the same way as it is for independent states. This means that they have certain rights and responsibilities and can take legal action in international courts. They can also enter into agreements with other states and international organizations.
Feb. 22, 2023, 9:36 a.m.
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