Likewise, this research paper aims at determining, debating and arguing the effectiveness of the both regional organizations and international organizations in peace making in global crisis and conflicts, as it will be argued that both have different approaches and effects, as well as different competences in peace making in global sense, as both have quite indifferent organizational structure and culture. II. The Effectiveness of the Regional Organizations in Peace-making: Regional organization in many ways can be defined as organizations which are formed by the regional actors and states to make unity and solidarity in political, social, cultural, economic, as well as organizational issues by the member states. “A regional organisation’s peacemaking focus, orientation and effectiveness are shaped by historical, geographic, political and economic circumstances. The relevant factors include the process of state formation, the strength of states, their domestic politics and foreign policies, the level of development, the regional
Globalization refers to change in technology which have facilitated the movement of money, information and people beyond the control of nation-states. International intergovernmental organizations are created by states. Organization such as the North Atlantic treaty and the European are well known organizations and they have powerful in internationals relations. The United Nations is solving disputes and arguments between state and they are work together to fight against warfare. The relationships between peace and development are interdependent and it requires the state to play the leading role to coordinate the world circumstance and to protect the world
Which is more important as an influence on international politics - human nature and the force of ideas, or the pressures placed on states by the international environment? All human beings in this universe are with a theory, their behavior and words associated an opinion and ideas. Theories derived from his/her thoughts or others. Human beings to live and to make living need ideas, and this topic encompass in the micro- small family community and in the macro- an international community. International relation is also derived by some theories; all countries and different states to communicate with the international community behaved based on a theory.
International culture influences in broad but also affects in smaller part of the society even accounting. International culture influences every aspect of the society. Internal and external environment of the organization hugely affects the managing human resource, so it requires the good study in the both aspect internal and external environment. Management deals with the truth that is man-made. Organization are build by the people according to their values and norms that reveal the dominant values within the culture (Hofstede, 1984).
The cultural aspect of a country gets evolved from every time the country enters into global arena, not only that, even powerful individuals could influence their culture in other countries. It changes from every angle and there is no proper definition and determination to inspect its pitch. CONCLUSION: On the arrival of conclusion, I make it clear that cultural evolution is one thing which can never be determined but when the talk is on India, this is slightly possible because of its rich experience with outside world
Georges Tapinos (Tapinos 1990) pointed out also this. “In the past, research on migration and development has had lite impact on core theories of social order and differentitation. However, in recent times, globalization has challenged national models in the social sciences and drawn attention to cross-border flows askey instruments of change “. (18 strana Migration and Development : Future Directions for research and Policy, 28.February-1March 2008,New York,NY). All these factors about changing international migration are part of a broader context of change: increasing globalization.
Agencies and organizations, especially non-governmental organizations (NGOs) wield such powers. Ahmed and Potter, (2006, pp. 14, 15) stated that NGOs especially transnational/international non-governmental organizations (TNGOs/INGOs), have an impact on both international and domestic politics. From Ahmed and Potter’s discussion of the various international relations theories and their relevance to NGOs, one could infer that these NGOs have power and can influence behavior. In fact, some of these NGOs, especially T NGOs and INGOs have operating budgets that are much bigger than those of some of the developing countries in which they operate.
Introduction International organizations are considered as important actors in international relations especially after the Second World War when the damage of the war was more grim compared to the first. Organizations like the United Nations, League of Nations which failed in the wake of the Second World War are some of the main international organizations. International trade is more than the movement of goods and services across international borders. Globalization can be defined as the process of an increased relationship between national economies through international trade, foreign direct investments by multinational firms, and international financial investments (Pugel, 2004). The World Bank defines inequality as the disparity of income and standard of living among nations and their citizens (Birdsall, 2002).
The increasing role of civil society and non-governmental organizations/associations toward the progression of our country has been being gradually acknowledged by both the government and society of Vietnam. Up to now, there have been hundreds of Vietnam-based associations working for the aim of saving the environment, particularly in the local level. According to Mr. Nguyen Dinh Dap – Ministry of Resources and Environment, a vast number of NGOs are now taking part in consultancy and social opposition on environmental policy, laws and projects. Furthermore, medical associations are launching to help Vietnamese patients, for example, the Australian NGO supporting children who suffer from chronic diseases. In addition, the Centre of Sustainable Rural Development (SDR) which is a professional agency supporting poor rural groups to adapt to new environment and well manage their own livings, or CARE Climate Change Information Centre which attempts to eradicate poverty and provide a climate change network in global scale are other typical names of CSOs that play as essential part of Vietnam’ social development.
4: the language, and the cultural rights: in the globalization new world there is only one language you should use if you want to study, or if you want to work ( English) and that is make the other language to disappear in some nation, as well the culture you have to be diversity mind, and multicultural person to continue working in the big company with multinational group of people, and that is make the person forget his culture as well. References 1: International Federation of Social Workers. (2015 ) Globalisation and human rights. Retrieved from: http://ifsw.org/publications/human-rights/globalisation-and-human-rights/ 2: Victor, J. (2004).