This course focuses on the influence and political processes of international organizations, both governmental and nongovernmental, which play an increasingly prominent role in determining the course of international relations. By the end of this course, students shall understand the definition and aspects of international organizations, from the initial development, dynamics, roles, and influence of international organizations in international relations.
- A series of lectures and seminars cover major international organizations in international relations, most notably the UN and Bretton Woods organizations, i.e. IMF, World Bank, and GATT/WTO, as well as security organizations such as NATO.
- The course also discusses related concepts such as multilateralism, international institution and regime, international globalization and organization, international organization and sovereignty, international organization and sub-regional organizations.
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