American Society of International Law

Die Amerikanische Gesellschaft für internationales Recht, englisch American Society of International Law (ASIL), ist eine im Jahr 1906 gegründete gemeinnützige und unparteiische wissenschaftliche Organisation in den Vereinigten Staaten. Sie hat ihren Sitz in Washington D. C. und erhielt 1950 die Anerkennung durch den US-Kongress (congressional charter) entsprechend dem United States Code.

Der ASIL gehören rund 4.000 Mitglieder aus etwa 100 Ländern an. Ziel der Organisation ist die Unterstützung der Lehre und Forschung im Bereich des internationalen Rechts sowie die Etablierung und Fortführung internationaler Beziehungen auf der Basis von Recht und Gerechtigkeit. Sie hat Beobachterstatus beim Wirtschafts- und Sozialrat der Vereinten Nationen und gibt verschiedene Veröffentlichungen heraus, zu denen mit dem American Journal of International Law eine der renommiertesten Fachzeitschriften in Bereich des internationalen Rechts zählt.

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