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International organizations are at the heart of many global issues today. This new textbook looks at the leading international organizations and explains how they both shape and are shaped by international politics. The book examines three themes: the legal obligations that give international organizations their powers; the mechanisms that elicit compliance by their member states; and the practices of enforcement in the organization. Each chapter shows how international organizations work in practice and the interactions between them and their member states. This fresh text provides a comprehensive understanding of what international organizations do, how and why they do it, and the challenges they face.
Table of Contents
|Introduction to international organizations||p. 1|
|A guide to the study of international organizations||p. 15|
|The World Trade Organization||p. 37|
|Key GATT clauses||p. 63|
|The International Monetary Fund and the World Bank||p. 66|
|IMF loan to Argentina (excerpt)||p. 92|
|World Bank Project loan to Argentina: Urban flood prevention and drainage APL 2, P093491||p. 93|
|The United Nations I: Law and administration||p. 97|
|Charter of the United Nations (excerpts)||p. 125|
|The United Nations II: International peace and security||p. 133|
|UN Security Council Resolution 678 on Iraq (1990)||p. 158|
|UN Security Council Resolution 872 on Rwanda (1993)||p. 159|
|The International Labor Organization||p. 161|
|Constitution of the International Labor Organization (excerpts)||p. 182|
|ILO Convention 105, Abolition of Forced Labor, 1957 (excerpts)||p. 184|
|The International Court of Justice||p. 186|
|Statute of the International Court of Justice (1949)||p. 209|
|ICJ Decision, press release (excerpts)||p. 213|
|The International Criminal Court||p. 217|
|Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (1998)||p. 238|
|Regional Organizations: EU, AU, and ASEAN||p. 245|
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