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The rising number of cases involving breaches of international law by international organizations signals their increasingly significant role in the modern international community. Unlike the rules on the international responsibility of states, the law on the responsibility of international organizations remains an uncertain and largely unexplored territory. This article examines the current state of law of international responsibility of international organizations. It also aims to assess whether international law at its current stage of development provides for a balance between the interests of the parties, as well as between the conflicting principles of international law.