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How do emerging global powers and developing states perceive contemporary international and transnational organizations? Are we on the verge of a new era of international organizations that better ...

How do emerging global powers and developing states perceive contemporary international and transnational organizations? Are we on the verge of a new era of international organizations that better accommodate 'the rest'?

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  • Founding of the UN in 1945United Nations was founded by 51 states in 1945.
  • UN Member States by 1949By the end of the 1940s the UN had grown to 59 members.
  • UN Member States by 1959During the 1950s another 23 states joined the UN, increasing thenumber of members to 82.
  • UN Member States by 1969In the course of decolonization the UN grew from 82 to 126member states within one decade.
  • UN Member States by 1979The UN grew to 152 member states during the 1970s.
  • UN Member States by 1989By the end of the 1980s the UN counted 159 members.
  • UN Member States by 1999After the collapse of the Soviet Union and the split up ofYugoslavia the number of UN members increased by 29 to 188.
  • The Beginning of the 21st CenturyIn the first decade of the 21st century the UN grew to 193members including Switzerland in 2002 and most recently SouthSudan in 2011.