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How the ICAO Affects the Geopolitical Sphere

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The International Civil Aviation Organization’s Role in International Relations
Established shortly before the end of World War II in December 1944 and known as the Provisional International Civil Aviation Organization, the International Civil Aviation Organization (hereinafter alternatively ICAO or “the organization”) became a specialized agency of the United Nations (UN) on April 4, 1947 (About ICAO, 2017). Since that time, the overarching purpose of the ICAO was set forth in the Convention on International Civil Aviation (commonly known as the “Chicago Convention” or simply “the Convention”) together with specific mandates for the future (About ICAO, 2017). Today, the Convention’s 192 member-states (see Appendix A) and various industry groups pursue common solutions for global aviation-related problems as well as optimal standards and recommended practices to provide a civil aviation sector that is efficient and safe as well as environmentally responsible and sustainable (About ICAO, 2017). This paper provides a review of…… [Read More]

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