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Chapter 7. Intergovernmental Organizations. Creation of IGOs. Some countries have responsibility to lead League of Nations United Nations Peace Keeping Necessity with increasingly complex and intertwined world. Growth of IGOs. 251 in 2004

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chapter 7

Chapter 7

Intergovernmental Organizations

creation of igos
Creation of IGOs
  • Some countries have responsibility to lead
  • League of Nations
  • United Nations
  • Peace Keeping
  • Necessity with increasingly complex and intertwined world
growth of igos
Growth of IGOs
  • 251 in 2004
  • Expanded role re: concerns and issues addressed (example: terrorism, human rights, famine)
  • Increase in international contact
  • Increase in transnational problems
  • Interdependence
functionalism
Functionalism
  • Theory of IGO growth
  • Idea that the way to global cooperation is through an evolutionary approach that begins with limited, pragmatic cooperation on narrow-nonpolitical issues. (example: mail)
neofuncationalism
Neofuncationalism
  • Top-down approach to solving world problems; advocates skeptical about the functionalist believe that nonpolitical cooperation can, by itself, lead eventually to full political cooperation
roles of igos
Roles of IGOs
  • An interactive arena in which member-states pursue their individual national interests
  • Center of Cooperation
  • Can serve as unified independent actor on world state
  • Supranational organization (has legal authority over its members)
purposes of igos
Purposes of IGOs
  • Promote Peace and Security
  • Social, Economic, Environmental and other activities regulated and discussed
future of igos
Future of IGOs
  • Is this progress?
  • Is unification the future?
  • Do alternatives exist?