Examining the inner life of International Organizations
M.A. International Relations Online instructor Julian Junk looks at how bureaucracies such as the UN work.
News from Apr 26, 2014
Our International Relations Online (IRO) instructor Julian Junk has just co-edited (together with Frederik Trettin from the University of Konstanz) a special issue at the Journal of International Organization Studies on "Micropolitics meets Geopolitics: Internal dynamics and dysfunctions of international organizations". The issue takes a closer look at the inner working of important international organizations, such as the United Nations, and points out several cases where civil servants undercut or change the objectives for which the programs were actually established.
You can read the special issue here.