PO 318 - Development of International Organizations
 
(3 cr.) Students study the many institutions at the global level--governmental and nongovernmental--that provide a context and structure for global politics and governance. To set the stage for understanding how these organizations work, students acquire an understanding of organizational theory and the historical and political contexts for the creation of the organizations under study. An investigation into the structure of governmental organizations leads to an understanding of why they work and when they do not. Students focus, particularly, on study of the United Nations system of organizations. Prerequisite: PO 211 or QU 201; Every Year, Spring
 
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