Resolution 2397 will condemn the people of North Korea to excruciating deaths. Ironically, December 22 is the United Nations “Holocaust Remembrance Day.” It is shameful that on December 22 the United Nations Security Council voted to inflict the Twenty –First Century’s Holocaust upon the people of North Korea. With the passage of Resolution 2397, the United Nations Security Council has become an instrument of barbarism and terror.Read more . . .
Resolutions of the Security Council might violate rules of dispositive law and thos of peremptory nature as well. States being convinced that the Security Council disregards peremptory norms of international law and, therefore, taking the position to the not obliged to respect these resolutions, are under the duty to inform the Security Council about their scruples. they ahve to warn the Security Council before, unilaterally, acting against the order of a resolution.Read more . . .
Moscow and Beijing: Cowardice or Duplicity Towards Iranian, Syrian Allies? By Finian Cunninghamhttp://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=31720 Global Research, July 2, 2012 While the duplicity of American-led NATO powers towards Iran and Syria is glaringly obvious, the more disquieting question is what are Russia … Read more . . .
“ALL NECESSARY MEANS” United Nations vs. Libyan Arab Jamahiriya: Humanitarian Intervention or Colonial War? “ALL NECESSARY MEANS” United Nations vs. Libyan Arab Jamahiriya: Humanitarian Intervention or Colonial War? Vienna, 28 March 2011 P/RE/22682c-is On Saturday, 26 March 2011, the President … Read more . . .
Palestine and the fate of the United Nations By Lawrence Davidson 13 November 2010 Lawrence Davidson argues that the failure of the United Nations to deliver justice to the Palestinians has condemned it to oblivion and that rather than look … Read more . . .
http://www.raceforiran.com/iran-the-post-american-world-and-the-security-council%e2%80%99s-looming-legitimacy-crisis IRAN, THE POST-AMERICAN WORLD AND THE SECURITY COUNCIL’S LOOMING LEGITIMACY CRISIS Posted on May 20th, 2010 under general with 16 replies. ****This piece also appears today in The Huffington Post.**** The unfolding drama of the Brazil-Turkey nuclear deal and the Obama Administration’s … Read more . . .
EU implementation of UN Security Council’s ‘terrorist list’ breaches fundamental rights – Kadi and Al Barakaat Foundation asset-freeze unlawful The European Court of Justice has today [3 September 2008] annulled the Council Regulation freezing the assets of Yassin Abdullah Kadi, … Read more . . .
The American Sentimentalist September 25, 2003 It’s damn hard to cry for peace when you make your living selling warPosted by Mark W. Anderson at September 25, 2003 12:35 AM Imagine, if you will, that you lived in a neighborhood … Read more . . .
"I do not believe that we would make the world a safer place by Britain not being involved in defence expenditure here nor in responsible defence exports." Jack Straw
GLOSSARY OF MEETINGS OFTHE UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL Prepared up by the Mission of Singapore to the UN As a master of its own procedures, the UN Security Council has developed different formats of meetings to achieve different purposes and … Read more . . .
http://www.globalpolicy.org/security/informal/natalie.htm Informal Consultations By Natalie ReidJanuary 1999 Unless it decides otherwise, the Security Council shall meet in public. Rule 48 of the provisional rules of procedure The rules of procedure of the Security Council of the United Nations, … Read more . . .
Abstract: The paper first demonstrates that the members of the United Nations Security Council are under a legal duty, both under the Charter and under general principles of international law, to carry their Charter obligations in good faith. The paper then proceeds to identify a selected set of situations in which the Council might violate this legal obligation, namely when determining a "threat to the peace", when selecting measures to respond to such a threat and when deciding when the threat has ended. The paper then proceeds to review apparent violations by Council members of their duty of good faith and demonstrates that due to the inherent nature and composition of the Council, its good faith cannot be presumed. Due to this fact and to the lack of effective political and legal restraint, the situation may arise whereby the Council itself or its decisions would represent a threat to international peace and security. In order to prevent this from occurring a number of responses are suggested.Read more . . .