Intergovernmental organization that promotes international cooperation and order. UNITED NATIONS SPECIAL TREATY promoting peace and universal respect for human rights with emphasis on international cooperation. UNESCO foreign aid to be spent on goods or services produced in the selected donor country. The idea that cooperation among nations will benefit all and lead to success. INTERNATIONALISM When a nation isolates itself from the affairs and interests of other countries. ISOLATIONISM The process by which a nation unilaterally solves a problem or comes to a conclusion about certain decisions. UNILATERALISM The process of collaboration between two independent nations to draw a conclusion on decisions. BILATERALISM International alliance in which many nations work together to achieve goals or make decisions. MULTILATERALISM A kind of multinational political union in which negotiations are conducted and authority is transferred to members of the government. SUPRANATIONALISM United Nations specialized agency responsible for international public health. WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION Intergovernmental organization that regulates international trade. WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION International organizations that provide long-term loans and promote the growth of the economies of certain countries. INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND An international organization that provides short-term loans to countries in need aims to reduce poverty.
WORLD BANK A system which, according to the 1944 Agreement, sets the rules for the trade and financial relations of several countries. BRETTON WOODS An American initiative to help Western Europe rebuild and support the economy of Western Europe after World War II. MARSHALLPLAN An organization that does not depend on the government, usually non-profit. The exchange of capital, goods and services across borders or territories International trade causes goods or services from abroad to sell in one country Send goods or services to another country for sale Exports the difference in value between a country`s imports and exports. International trade remained its natural course without tariffs, quotas or other restrictions. Free trade a tax or duty payable on a certain category of imports or exports Customs tariff a limited quantity of a particular product that may be manufactured, exported or imported under official supervision. Quota of an official prohibition of trade or other commercial activities with a particular country. Embargo of a political and economic union of 28 Member States, which are mainly located in Europe European Union the theory or practice of protecting a country`s domestic industry from foreign competition by taxing imports. Protectionism is an intergovernmental organization that regulates international trade.
Worldwide, for more than 40 years, the IDA has been a national policy to avoid participation in global affairs. This includes limiting foreign aid and avoiding participation in foreign wars. Isolationism agreements that promote trade between countries by removing barriers to investment, technological movements and free trade agreements An international organization created under the first Geneva Convention. His initial task was to care for the wounded, the homeless, etc. in times of war, and to treat the victims of natural disasters International Red Cross A transnational government composed of most European nations that coordinates monetary, trade, immigration and labour policies. European Union the state of the nation, in terms of threats, especially threats from outside. United Nations National Security Organization, whose goal is to achieve stable and fair oil prices for consumers. Oil exports Sources of development aid with assistance to the poorest populations and the poorest countries World Bank Aid to other countries in the form of grants, loans Economic aid Stages by which foreign policy objectives are decided and implemented. Isolationism is a complete overthrow and replacement of an established government or political system by the queen of the revolution led by the people of Hawaii, who has served as a symbol of Hawaiian Liliuokalini pride in any region where one nation has power over another; ==External links==. .