It is a truism that in the study of international organizations the academic disciplines of law and politics hardly ever meet. We share an interest in international organizations (or in fact in international organization), but we remain interested in different questions. The result is reflected in the fact that we publish in different journals and participate in different conferences. Almost everyone will know the experience of being the only lawyer in a room full of political scientists (or vice versa): one can bring in arguments from one’s own disciplinary debates, but the arguments often never really fit into the ongoing discussion and the contribution is to be embedded in a number of disclaimers and, if possible, a joke to at least be accepted as a fellow human being.
|Number of pages||5|
|Journal||International organizations law review|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|
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