Regional Organizations

Regional organizations have proliferated all over the world after the Second World War. States of a particular region form regional organizations to forge economic, security and political cooperation among themselves. Although the primary motive of several regional organizations after the Second World War was to achieve security guarantee for their members, after the Cold War, in an altered international milieu, such organizations have mainly focused on economic development of the region through meaningful cooperation among member-states. Through the creation of Free Trade Area (FTA), regional organizations are trying to achieve purposeful economic cooperation among members. Moreover, they cater to the needs, desires, ...

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