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NGOs in International Politics

By: Shamima Ahmed(Author), David M Potter(Author)
285 pages, b/w Illustrations, tables
Publisher: Kumarian Press
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Non-governmental organizations have gained a great deal of popularity in recent years. The awarding of the Nobel Prize to The International Campaign to Ban Landmines in 1977 and to Medicins Sans Frontieres in 1999 has highlighted the emergence of these organizations as "new" forces in international politics. Yet, there is no work to date that has provided an overview of the varieties of interaction between NGOs and states, international organizations and in international politics. This is especially true of books aimed at undergraduates. NGOs in International Politics surveys a range of NGO activities and relationships in a manner accessible to students in the classroom. Despite the gap in the textbook literature, non-governmental organizations are being taught in undergraduate courses, either in theoretical terms or as components of service learning. This book is designed to remedy the gap between interest in NGOs and accessible literature for use in the classroom.

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By: Shamima Ahmed(Author), David M Potter(Author)
285 pages, b/w Illustrations, tables
Publisher: Kumarian Press
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