International Governmental Organizations

International Governmental Organizations, or IGOs, are organizations of sovereign states established by treaty and subject to international law. However, the World Trade Organization, for example, enforces a corporate agenda of unrepresentative officials that overlooks public accountability, favors property rights over human rights, and intervenes on behalf of the wealthiest nations.

Keywords: GATT, WTO, subsidies, most favored nation clause

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