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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_specialized_agencies_of_the_United_Nations

Specialized agencies are autonomous organizations working with the United Nations and each ... The specialized agencies are listed below. ... FAO is the largest of UN agencies and its headquarters is in Rome, Italy. ... The International Maritime Organization (IMO), formerly known as the Inter-Governmental Maritime  ...

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Answer: : World Bank loans : Foreign aid : Trade embargo : Outsourcing Potential Matches: 1 : Reduce production costs 2 : Punish an offending ...

www.law.duke.edu/publiclaw/pdf/workshop06sp/helfer.pdf

Nation states frequently turn to international organizations (IOs) to address the ... states will design them the way they do, and some of the conditions under ... those goals, the nature of change each theory predicts after an IO's founding, the responses to ... perfect match between preferences and institutional design features.

www.columbia.edu/itc/sipa/S6800/courseworks/mcalla-nato_persistence.pdf

international organizations to ensure the stability of Europe and its ... (3) One of these paths already is emerging: NATO remains an active, ... functions.(6) Indeed , several analysts argue that NATO has achieved its ... As I will discuss below, one ... NATO's persistence per se cannot be considered as proof that the neorealist.

www.britannica.com/topic/functionalism-international-organizations

functionalism: an approach to the formation of international organizations that ... or functions (e.g., collecting meteorological data, coordinating international air- traffic ... Organization (WMO), and the World Health Organization (WHO), each of which has .... Again, the IAEA is a good example through its role in the UN Special ...

www.ilo.org/public/english/region/asro/mdtmanila/speeches/miworker.htm

Feb 25, 2000 ... The role that international organizations can play depends on the ... to this day, as falling under the sovereignty and reserved domain of States. ... One is the " protection of the interests of workers when employed in .... aid in the formulation and implementation of its policy of sending labour to Venezuela.

www.mofa.go.jp/policy/other/bluebook/1990/1990-2-4.htm

Roles of the United Nations and Other International Organizations, and Japan's Cooperation. 1. ... Similarly, the United States under the Bush Administration, has proved its ... necessary a review of the systems and functions of the United Nations. ..... Thus, Japan has played a leading role matching its international presence.

www.laetusinpraesens.org/docs/functun.php

They are frequently called international organizations (INGOs)(1), and this term ... One example of how a need satisfied by a conventional organization may be satisfied by ... the necessary mediating or nego tiating functions between its members. ..... The mean number of countries represented in each organization has also ...

journal-iostudies.org/sites/journal-iostudies.org/files/JIOSfinal_3_1.pdf

entails and how they differ from and relate to one another. ... these organizations are visible only under certain lenses, and each approach is suited to differ- ... component of its function and purpose, and indeed of it existence. ... it varies across organizations, and it sometimes does not match precisely the powers described.

www.fema.gov/pdf/emergency/nrf/nrf-overview.pdf

Jan 1, 2008 ... This overview also presents a summary of each of the 15 Emergency. Support Function Annexes and 8 Support Annexes including their purpose, .... International Coordination. ..... organizations – under 15 Emergency Support Functions (ESFs). ...... ESF #9 response from one of its regional offices.