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International Organizations as Self-Directed Actors

A Framework for Analysis (Global Institutions)
Book cover International Organizations as Self-Directed Actors
Publisher: Routledge
Year: 2012
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This new text advances the argument that International Organisations (IOS) play a key-role in contemporary global affairs, addressing crucial problems and creating possible global policies and solutions.

International Organizations as Self-Directed Actors: A Framework for Analysis consists of specialized and critical case studies demonstrating the under-appreciated contribution by IOs to global governance.

Through the contribution of various authors, this volume analyses the extent to the which IOs can create the space to independently influence normative, policy and operational agendas on security, peace and human rights issues. Examining and analysing both positive and negative examples of this independence, this text is a valuable resource on the topic of the internal workings of IOs, providing a valuable resource on the capacity of IOs for independent action in international politics. 

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