MJIEL Vol 18 Iss 2 - Editorial
Communication Flows in International Economic Law:
UN International Law Commission Elections & ‘Deal Making’ in the UN
At a time when the international economic system is under serious stress and the need for reform is recognised, the focus of international concern should not only be on the reform of the multilateral economic institutions, such as the WTO, but also on the work of the United Nation’s International Law Commission (ILC), and its contribution to the development of the international economic order. An important aspect of this question is the wider one concerned with the manner in which candidates are nominated within States, and how the subsequent voting in the UN General Assembly and/or UN Security Council takes place, with respect to certain appointments in the UN, including the UN ILC.
Asif H Qureshi

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