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International organizations coping with global security matters: a comparative case study between NATO and UN

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Abstract International Organizations Coping with Global Security Matters: A Comparative Case Study between NATO and UN Global security is a topic that has gained a significant amount of importance since the terrorist attacks on New York City in September 11, 2001. The world has not been the same ever since and the existing defense strategies have fallen short on the demands countries have on this particular subject. Condemning actions, passing resolutions, and creating debate tables, are no longer useful in the 21st century juncture; real action has to be made in order for the security crisis to be controlled and prevent spillovers towards unaffected regions. In today’s context, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is the institution that best fits the profile of an entity prepared and equipped to cope with these matters. United Nations (UN) needs to refocus its missions towards the fields it is effective on and transfer its role of global peacekeeper to the Alliance.
History has shown a lack of cohesiveness in UN’s operations regarding security matters; on the contrary, NATO’s internal construction has permitted a flexible and dynamic approach that has delivered positive results on the geographical areas in need of assistance. International organizations, global or regional, are not founded with the purpose of competing with each other, so by thi


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Title International organizations coping with global security matters: a comparative case study between NATO and UN
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Author(English)

Zepeda Palomo, David Alejandro

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[Seoul]:KDI School of Public Policy and Management

Date 2011
Pages 84
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Economy < Direct Investment
Holding KDI School of Public Policy and Management