International Organizations

Thisintroducesstudents totheories of international institutionsand helps them to use these theories to explain comparativelykey aspects of the role of International Organisationsin international politics. These questions include why states create international institutions, why states transfer certain powers to them, and what impact they have on the practice of international cooperation with regard to matters of concern to international society such as the maintenance of international peace and security, the management of international economic relations, the promotion of internationalenvironmental standards, or the protection ofhuman rights. International Organisations to be discussed include theUnited Nations, theInternational Monetary Fund, theWorld Bank, theWorld Trade Organization,NATO, theInternational Criminal Court, and regional organisations like theEuropean Union, theAfrican Union, andASEAN.

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