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The essence of an international organiqation is the delegation of decision-making authority from individual states to the organiqation, which represents the collectivity of member states. The focus of this Article is on the distinct formal structure and function of international organiqations, as distinct from international law per se. This Article evaluates the reasons for creation of international organiations, as well as the reasons why particular structures of international organizationsdoi:10.2139/ssrn.2385751 fatcat:o33thzbtdvb57gitzw6pyzusja