Global Governance and Regulation
This course examines how numerous intergovernmental organizations have been created after the Second World War, what they do and how they work. Why have they been built by states? Do they correspond to neutral international arenas? Do they represent a danger to state sovereignty? This course also analyzes their original institutional structure. Finally, it will show, in spite of their complexity and disparate resources, how they are able to produce international public policies that unfold legal outcomes.