United Nations Organs and Agencies in Governance Name: Institution: Question: “Most observers would agree that despite the absence of a world government international activities and relations are well governed by various UN organs and agencies.” Do you agree? Why or why not? Provide relevant examples to support your arguments. Introduction The United Nation System comprises of the UN as well as its various organs and agencies that include independently administered funds and programs specific organizations and associated organizations. Some of the administrative heads of the United Nation System establishment and the WTO that is not an official branch of the system have seats on the system’s Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB) (Klabbers 2015). Secretary-General of the United Nations chairs such an organ and the members meet annually to coordinate the operations of the bodies of the United Nations system. The System and its subsidiary organs have various functions means through which the various nations interact or relate with the rest of the world for the better of the citizen and the developments of the country politically economically as well as socially. Likewise the organs and agencies act as the bodies of government that are in the member country. Therefore the United Nations System should be adopted by as many states as possible to ensure that the world achieves the overall good of the citizen through economic political environmental as well social development. References Baehr P. R. & Gordenker L. (2016). The United Nations in the 1990s. Springer. Baylis J. Owens P. & Smith S. (Eds.). (2017). The globalization of world politics: An introduction to international relations. Oxford University Press. Heath-Brown N. (2015). United Nations System. The Statesman’s Yearbook 2016: The Politics Cultures and Economies of the World 10-13. Klabbers J. (2015). An introduction to international organizations law. Cambridge University Press. [...]
Please read and follow these instructions carefully: Answer two (2) of the following questions. Clearly indicate, by number, which questions you answer. Answers must be typed (12-point font) and double-spaced, and should not exceed 5 pages for each question (this limit will be rigidly enforced). Each question requires you to think critically about aspects of the study and practice of international organization. For each question, identify the key issues of debate, formulate an argument, and defend that argument with relevant examples. Be sure to clearly define/explain all key concepts. You may draw on the relevant course readings and material in the course modules. You are not required to do any additional research. However, answers that simply reproduce notes from the modules, or copy from readings, will receive very low grades. Questions (Each question is worth 50 marks) Answer two (2) questions: “Most observers would agree that despite the absence of a world government, international activities and relations are well governed by various UN organs and agencies.” Do you agree? Why or why not? Provide relevant examples to support your arguments. Are international institutions effective? In your answer, specify what you mean by ‘effective’, the criteria you use to assess the effectiveness of institutions, and the types of institutions. Provide appropriate examples to support your arguments. When assessing the degree of progress achieved in the international organization of human rights, it is not the fact of intervention that counts but the reasons for that intervention. The evolving paradigm of humanitarian intervention directly confronts traditionally-held notions of state sovereignty.’ Discuss and provide appropriate examples to support your arguments. **** NEED 2 essays done for final exam online class. Thanks.