Non-governmental organizations and their influence on international society

Clark, Ann Marie
January 1995
Journal of International Affairs;Winter95, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p507
Academic Journal
Examines the growing importance of civic activity in international politics and asks whether this signals the potential for the development of a global civil society. Proliferation of international non-governmental organizations (NGOs); Institutionalized representations of popular movements.


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