How do the constitutional and institutional structures of international organizations affect policy-making? Just as in football the size of the pitch and the goal, as well as the rules of the game, affect the players’ tactics, so the composition and competencies of international organizations have a significant influence on policy-making. This is what we mean by the polity dimension. We shall tackle the constitutional structure of international organizations first and then deal with their institutional structure.
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