The Understanding and Analysis of the International Organization: The Case of International Criminal Court
Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2009 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: Peace and Conflict Studies, Security, grade: A, University for Peace, language: English, abstract: Archer (2001) defines international organization as 'a formal, continuous structure established by agreement between members (governmental and/or non-governmental) from two or more sovereign states with the aim of pursuing the common interest of the membership' (p. 33). Also, the international organization has three main characteristics-membership, aim, and structure. It should have at least two sovereign states as members, with the aim of pursuing common interest of the members, and has a formal structure established by an agreement officially adopted by all the members (Archer 2001). Taking the International Criminal Court (ICC) into consideration, it meets all the above criteria, so it can be regarded as an international organization. The following will address and analyze the genesis, aim, membership, structure, work, and challenges of the ICC.
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