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International institutional law is characterized by a high dose of functionalism it is built around the idea that organizations are created to exercise tasks or functions that their member states cannot perform alone or sometimes might be reluctant to perform on their own as an explanatory device this has proved rather fruitful4 an introduction to international institutional law while not explicitly granted to a given organization may nonetheless be implied but we are less certain as to the basis of such implied powers in short on numerous points the law lacks certainty and to the extent that certainty is apparent it is usually the relatively indeterminate sort ofthis sixth revised edition of international institutional law covers the most recent developments in the field although public international organizations such as the united nations the world trade organization the african union asean the european union mercosur nato and opec have broadly divergent objectives powers fields of activity and numbers of member states they also share a international law also known as public international law or law of nations is the set of rules norms and standards generally regarded and accepted in relations between nations it establishes normative guidelines and a common conceptual framework for states to follow across a broad range of domains including war diplomacy human rights commerce and environmental preservationthis article reviews the att through the lens of international disarmament law and international institutional law analysing commentary from superior international courts and eminent legal scholars ultimately this article posits that while the att adequately addresses 3d printed firearms it creates a legal void in the space of 3d printed

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