Interpol: With Eyes that Never Close Table of Contents Introduction…pg. 2 History…pg. 3 Internal Management…pg. 6 Legacy…pg. 9 Conclusion…pg. 14 Works Cited…pg. 15 Introduction International organizations are capable of many great things, so many great things, in fact, that it becomes futile to characterize these organizations by trying to list all of the accomplishments they can achieve. We actually learn more about them by defining, not what they can achieve, but what they can’t. The limitations of these organizations, and there are admittedly very few, go a long way in giving us a clear image of what they do and how successful they are at it. Likewise, when we find an international organization that can overcome a limitation that...The end:
..... by always keeping a protective eye open so that the rest of the world can sleep. I know I will. Comfortably. Works Cited About Interpol. July 19, 2011. <http://www.Interpol.int/public/icpo/default.asp> Interpol History. July 19, 2011. <http://www.Interpol.int/Public/icpo/governance/sg/history.asp> Deflem, Mathieu. “Global Rule of Law or Global Rule of Law Enforcement? International Police Cooperation and Counterterrorism.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 603 (2006): 240-251. JSTOR. Web. July 19, 2011. Barnett, Michael and Coleman, Liv . “Designing Police: Interpol and the Study of Change in International Organizations.” International Studies Quarterly 49 (2005): 593-619. JSTOR. Web. July 20, 2011.