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Department
Economics for Management Studies
Course
MGEC93H3
Professor
ervin
Semester
Fall

Description
WEEK 4 THE ROLE OF NGOs AND SOCIAL MOVEMENTS IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS IR is more than the study of relations between states. IR is also the study of social groups ( non- state actors) that do have transnational relations and therefore do participate in a web of international relations. Global politics does encompass:  Intergovernmental organizations (IGOs) (see week 3)  Non-governmental organizations (NGOs)  transnational corporations (TNCs) TNCs TNCs are not only economic actors but also political actors. Their power represents an everyday challenge to state sovereignty. Imperialism could not be possible without them. “Non-legitimate” groups or liberation movements A variety of social groups engage in violent and/or criminal behavior on a transnational basis. In particular, terrorist groups have very often acted on the t
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