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Working with Actors Other Than the State. The post should be analytical in nature and explain your logic. Your answer should be 300-400 words long and be free from grammatical and proofreading errors. Please cite your sources using the reference list format within the Turabian style. Use as many resources as you wish but also use the ones attachhttp://www.un.org/millenniumgoals/2015_MDG_Report/pdf/MDG%202015%20rev%20(July%201).pdfGOOD GOVERNANCE IN INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONSGood governance moved onto the agenda of many international organizations at the end of the Cold War when callsfor democracy and better government became louder and as expectations were heightened as to what internationalorganizations might do to further this aim. Many multilateral agencies–from the UN to multilateral developmentbanks–took up the summons. They are now part of a chorus of voices urging governments across the world to heedhigher standards of democratic representation, accountability, and transparency.Much more slowly, multilateral organizations have begun to question what good governance means for the way inwhich they themselves are structured and in which they make and implement decisions. They have been very slow toset down a standard for themselves–and there is little precedent in the international system for doing so. To quoteformer UN Secretary-General Boutros Boutros-Ghali: Democracy has not featured in the history of the internationalsystem of states. Sovereignty, rather than democracy, has been its guiding principle…. [Today,] the democratizationof the international system can be seen as both necessary and possible."[sup1]