Integrational law and supernational associations
Kurbanov R.A. —
Commission of the Indian Ocean basin Countries : history of development, the institutional framework and scope of activities
// International Law.
– 2017. – ¹ 2.
– P. 19 - 30.
DOI: 10.25136/2306-9899.2017.2.23091 URL: https://en. nbpublish.com/library_read_article.php?id=23091
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Indian-Ocean Rim Association: history of development, institutional framework, and spheres of activity
This article examines the international sub-regional organization – Indian-Ocean Rim Association, its institutional structure, history of establishment, impact upon national legislation of the member-states, key directions of activity, and projects. Cooperation of countries within the framework of the Indian-Ocean Rim Association was originally initiated due the need for resolving certain of issues (food shortage; provision of security; financial, energy, and environmental resources), and at current stage does not cover the general issues of economic integration, but rather touches upon the sectoral regional cooperation (for example, protection of ocean resources, etc.) realizes in the context of specialized programs, as well as in form of direct cooperation between the separate member-states. Efficiency of the work is limited by the low budget of the organization, which mostly consists of investments of the third parties (countries of the European Union and other international or regional organizations). Peculiarity of this sub-regional organization lies in the fact that since the moment of establishments of the Indian-Ocean Rim Association, it has always worked with the system of the United Nations, but the traditional partnership has developed only in recent years, which results in the work of the Association with almost all specialized institutions of the United Nations.
indianamerica identity, international organization, Africa, Indian Ocean, regional law, national law, International law, European Union, sub-regional organization, economic integration
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