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    International Organizations in the Changing World

    Yayınevi : Dora Yayıncılık
    ISBN :9786052472910
    Sayfa Sayısı :220
    Baskı Sayısı :1
    Ebatlar :16.00 X 24.00
    Basım Yılı :2021
    140,00 ₺
    133,00 ₺
    Tahmini Kargoya Veriliş Zamanı: 2-4 iş günü

    International Organizations in the Changing World

    In this book we are arguing that thefunctions of multinational governmental organizations are now an essential part of global ajfairs. They are represented in the system of multilateral interactions, negotiations, the global economic and fınancial processes, mass protest movements, etc.

    International governmental organizations play in this system independent role, make changes to it in accordance with their own objeetives, and contribute to the formation of transnational networks.

    The growing influence ofnew actors in world politics creates a new situation in the international arena.

    The book finally identifies that the world needs improvement activities of intergovernmental organizations in contemporary world politics. Also expedient dialogue and common understandings in matters of world politics between the subjects of these relations, regardless of socio-economic system of different states involved in international communication.


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    A Duet Drama Between Liberal–Idealist Models and Interest Calculations: Eu's Involvement In Israeli–Palestine Conflict
    At Least As Dangerous As The Pandemic! Who's Strategy and Response To Information Disorder
    The Good Friday Agreement as a Frame of Northern Ireland Issue in The Brexit Negotiations
    The Role of United Nations as an Actor in Ensuring International Peace and Security
    18 March Refugee Deal Within Differentiated Integration Framework
    Scope, Dimension and Economic Volume Between The European Union and Acp Countries (The African, Caribbean and Pacific States)
    European Union Policy on The Western Balkans
    From Nafta 1.0 To Nafta 2.0: What Changed?
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    International Organizations in the Changing World

    In this book we are arguing that thefunctions of multinational governmental organizations are now an essential part of global ajfairs. They are represented in the system of multilateral interactions, negotiations, the global economic and fınancial processes, mass protest movements, etc.

    International governmental organizations play in this system independent role, make changes to it in accordance with their own objeetives, and contribute to the formation of transnational networks.

    The growing influence ofnew actors in world politics creates a new situation in the international arena.

    The book finally identifies that the world needs improvement activities of intergovernmental organizations in contemporary world politics. Also expedient dialogue and common understandings in matters of world politics between the subjects of these relations, regardless of socio-economic system of different states involved in international communication.


    Konu Başlıkları
    The Nato–Russia Permanent Joint Council (Pjc) Coverage and Exclusion Dilemma: Interests and Strategies
    A Duet Drama Between Liberal–Idealist Models and Interest Calculations: Eu's Involvement In Israeli–Palestine Conflict
    At Least As Dangerous As The Pandemic! Who's Strategy and Response To Information Disorder
    The Good Friday Agreement as a Frame of Northern Ireland Issue in The Brexit Negotiations
    The Role of United Nations as an Actor in Ensuring International Peace and Security
    18 March Refugee Deal Within Differentiated Integration Framework
    Scope, Dimension and Economic Volume Between The European Union and Acp Countries (The African, Caribbean and Pacific States)
    European Union Policy on The Western Balkans
    From Nafta 1.0 To Nafta 2.0: What Changed?
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