The chapter looks first at the nature of international law, and at how international treaties are developed and implemented. It then looks at the work of international organizations, reviewing the structure and goals of intergovernmental organizations such as the United Nations, and then at the work of non-state actors such as international non-governmental organizations, multinational corporations, religious organizations, and those working outside the law. The chapter ends with a study of regional integration and its particular role in the global system.
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