In the previous chapters we have seen that international organizations, through their programme, operational and information activities, contribute to the cooperative management of transnational, cross-border problems. While our evaluations of international organizations’ effectiveness have also shown that international organizations are no panacea, international organizations are nonetheless key actors of global governance. The creation and implementation of international norms and rules, which claim to contribute to the solution of collective problems, regulate international relations and establish normative order(s) beyond the nation-state, depend on the existence and workings of international organizations (Kruck & Rittberger 2010).
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