International and Regional Organizations
Chester Alexis C. Buama
Arcler Education Inc
The book is not about describing international organizations (IOs). Neither is it a book regarding worldwide administration. The book is about the IO hypothesis, and about the utilization of this hypothesis to comprehend global relations. It doesn’t endeavor to methodically examine and assess the environment of IOs or to thoroughly depict the UN or whatever other specific organization. Its objective is to comprehend the IO hypothesis and to utilize specific IOs illustratively, to propose routes in which the hypotheses talked about can enable us to comprehend the part of IOs in global governmental issues. Thus, since its attention is only on IO hypothesis and the utilization of that hypothesis to IOs, it doesn’t endeavor to manage different perspectives of global administration, for example, the part of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and also global common society in universal relations.The book is preliminary for upper-level college undergraduates and for graduate students, which can be used for courses on IOs or for the IOs part on global relations hypothesis. It is outlined either as supplementary readings on IOs, or as a prologue to essential sources on IO hypothesis (or both). Specifically, the objective of the book is to demonstrate to these students who are making researches and studies of the IOs systematic apparatuses accessible to them and to comprehend what IOs are intended to do, how they operate, what impacts they have, and how to outline them better. Furthermore, this book can help enlighten and answer their inquiries regarding IOs issues and concerns. Taking a glimpse at the courses in which the diverse logical instruments created inside the rubric of IO hypothesis are helpful in noting diverse inquiries regarding the part of IOs in global governmental issues.The book is proposed to complete what I see as a hole in the literature on IOs and IO hypothesis : a gap between basic course books and essential sources of hypothesis. A number of books written on this subject exhibiting the UN framework from a bureaucratic, hierarchical, or recorded point of view, are to a great extent theoretical. There are also various basic course readings that express IOs in a hypothetical setting; in any case, this setting depends on a qualification amongst authenticity and radicalism that does not give justice to the expansiveness and intricacy of IO hypothesis. Essential hotspots for IO hypothesis give this broadness and subtleness, however, these, by and large, relate hypothesis to exceptionally particular studies or organizations. Assembling these sources to touch base a major picture of IO hypothesis can be a test for understudies. Further, this book is intended to give a concise extension among these different classifications of readings.
Dr. Chester Alexis C. Buama is a College instructor at Laguna State Polytechnic University College of Arts and Sciences where he served as its College Research Coordinator, University Publication Adviser (Unit Head), Bay Breeze Group of Publications and Coordinator of Curriculum, Instruction Quality Assurance. He is also a member of local and international organizations: he is a fellow and senior Member of the Royal of Management and the Royal Institute of Educators, Singapore, Reading Association of the Philippines, and International English Learners Training Institute. He was a Philippine Youth Ambassador to ASEAN countries and Japan which was sponsored by the Cabinet Office of Japan and Office of the President of the Philippines in 2010. He has a Master in Management major in Public Administration and a Business Journalism. He was conferred a Doctorate Degree in Philosophy major in Public Administration, h.c. in 2016 and Doctorate Degree in Philosophy major in Business Management in 2018. At present he is teaching Principles of Management and Organization, Good Governance and Social Responsibility, Business Communication, Macro and Micro Economics and Philippine History and Constitution. Moreover, he has actively participated in the Civic Activities of the Global Cooperation Society International, Philippine National Chapter and is often invited as resource speaker in various journalism and leadership seminars in Laguna. He is a fellow of Royal Institute of Management under the Royal Institution of Singapore. Recently, he was awarded the Ambassador Seal of Excellence for Education Researcher Practitioner as 2018 Outstanding Premier College Professor and Humanitarian Service Excellence Award by the Asia Pacific Excellence Council, Inc.