StatusThe thesis was presented on the 11 September, 2015
Approved by NCAA on the 19 November, 2015
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Thesis structure: introduction, three chapters, general conclusions and recommendations, bibliography includes 379 sources. Results of the study were presented in 10 scientific papers published in specialized journals and collections of the Republic of Moldova and Romania.
Study domain: the role and contribution of international regional organizations in the creation of norms of international law.
The aim and objectives of the thesis: The aim of this work is a comprehensive analysis of the international legal framework, theoretical and practical material in order to highlight the role and contribution of international regional organizations in the creation of international norms, as well as in light of the existing gaps in this area, offering specific recommendations about their elimination.
The novelty and originality of the research: The scientific novelty of the research consists in the determination of features, essence and new aspects in the regulatory activity of international organizations in general, as well as in identification and analysis of the specifics of the role of international regional organizations in the creation of norms of international law, in particular; The main resolved scientific problem consists in determination of the substance and of the role of international regional organizations in the creation of norms of international law, the result of which was the formulation of conclusions and recommendations designed to eliminate ambiguities and problems identified in the study area, in order to use these recommendations for more efficient operations international and regional organizations, for the benefit of member states of these, status, that most of the time, belongs to the Republic of Moldova also.
The theoretical and practical significance of the work: This thesis is the first study aimed at the researching and identification of the role of international regional organizations in the creation of norms of international law. On this basis, we believe that the appearance of this thesis will be a stimulus for further development of the topic, as well as the formulation of new solutions aimed at enhancement of the practices and approaches in this area. Present thesis may be of interest to those involved in this field, as well as specialists from other related fields.
Implementation of scientific results: The thesis represents a modest but basic contribution to the enrichment of national literature in the field of law of international organizations, designed to find potential readers in the ranks of theorists, students, undergraduates, graduate students and practitioners. The scientific results can be used in: legislative process, legal and professional training, research and documentation process, research in the field of public international law, etc.
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