The learning process in this unit is based on a differentiation between lectures and seminar sessions. The first privilege the analysis of concepts and the work on the information concerning the different IO object of study and the second privilege debates on specific features of each organization.
This unit aims at familiarizing students with the multilateral regulation of international relations and with the knowledge of the history, structure and decision-process of some of the most relevant international organizations (IO).
Social: sustaining positions in public debates; rigorous written communication; capacity of selecting information
André Filipe Valadas Saramago
Intermediate test and participation in class : 100.0%
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MULDOON Jr.,James P.-The architecture of global governance:an introduction to the study of international organizations.Boulder:Westview Press,2004.
MULTILATERALISM under challenge?:power,international order,and structural change.Ed.Edward Newman,Ramesh Thakur and John Tirman.Tokyo:United Nations University Press,2006.
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RIBEIRO,Manuel de Almeida;FERRO,Mónica-A Organização das Nações Unidas.2ª ed..Coimbra : Livraria Almedina,2004.
RITTBERGER, Volker; ZANGL,Bernhard-International organization:polity,politics and policies. Basingstoke:Palgrave Macmillan,2006