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International organization

The headquarters of the International Committee of the Red Cross. Geneva (Switzerland) is the city that hosts the highest number of international organizations in the world.[1]

An international organization is an organization with an international membership, scope, or presence. There are two main types:[2]

The first and oldest intergovernmental organization is the International Telecommunication Union (founded in 1865), which served as a model for later organizations such as the League of Nations and the United Nations Several regional organizations also existed before then, such as the Central Commission for Navigation on the Rhine, created in 1815 by the Congress of Vienna.

The role of international organizations is helping to set the international agenda, mediating political bargaining, providing a place for political initiatives and acting as catalysts for coalition- formation. International organizations also define the salient issues and decide which issues can be grouped together, thus help governmental priority determination or other governmental arrangements.

Not all international organizations seek economic, political and social cooperation and integration. But nowadays a controversial points of views started to act against those organization and accusing it by having other mysterious intentioms

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Notes and references

  1. ^ ‹See Tfd›(in French) François Modoux, “La Suisse engagera 300 millions pour rénover le Palais des Nations”, Le Temps, Friday 28 June 2013, page 9.
  2. ^ The Penguin Dictionary of International Relations divides modern international organizations into two “basic types, the ‘public’ variety known as intergovernmental organizations (IGOs) and the ‘private’ variety, the international non-governmental organization (INGOs).” (Evans, Graham, and Richard Newnham. Penguin Dictionary of International Relations. Penguin, 1998, p. 270.)
  3. ^ Intergovernmental organizations having received a standing invitation to participate as observers in the sessions and the work of the General Assembly and maintaining permanent offices at Headquarters.” United Nations Department of Public Information, United Nations Secretariat.

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