29 April 2013
BOOK: V.-Y. Ghebali (+) on the League of Nations and the ILO
Bruylant published the Egyptian scholar Victor-Yves Ghebali (Graduate Institute, Geneva)'s work on interwar international organizations. Ghebali's original approach consists in the legal analysis of the organizations' functioning during World War II. Whereas the League of Nations, without the US from the start on, without Germany, Japan or Italy in the 1930s, declined, the International Labour Organization, on the contrary, knew considerable positive dynamics. A final chapter comes back on the integration of the ILO within the UN System.
Link: table of contents.