Effects of International Organizations
International organizations can be defined as membership institutions where all the member states not only articulate their extremely political representation via delegates or diplomats working at the full legislative level but also make available, more or less indirectly, nationals who are employed by the international organizations to monitor the operations. An organization including the world back has affected the political results positively as it is a significant source of financial and technical help to the third world countries political conflicts. This is typically done through the provisions of low-interest loans, zero to low-interest credits, and grants to the nations that would be used by the election observers (Willetts, 2001). Apart from the politics, these initiatives also support other projects including education, health, public administration and natural resource management. The world back and the United Nations have merged to provide facilities including the voting machines with the aim of coming up with free and credible electrical process in the third world countries.
The United Nations are known for fighting for peace in the early stages of the politics when all threats of a return to war are at their peak, and if they assist in stabilizing organizations for self-sustaining peace. The peace building process is typically mandated to the United Nations safety council that organizes and implements the laid peace process initiatives in the political environment within the third world politics conflicts (Willetts, 2001). Therefore, both the World Banks and the United Nations have played a significant role in the political environment within the third world conflicts typically attributed to political affairs.
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