In­ter­na­tional organization

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An international organization is an “institution drawing membership from at least three states, having activities in several states, and whose members are held together by a formal agreement” (Mingst 1998). Examples include the United Nations and the European Union. Two types of international organization are intergovernmental organizations and supranational organizations.


Mingst, Karen (1998) International organization, Britannica, July 20 (updated 21 May 2020).

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