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 . . .
10 challenging questions for readers 1. On what base did the Security Council determine in the morning of September 12, 2001, that the mass murder of the previous day was an act of “international” terrorism?2. On what evidence did the … Read more . . .
From the Cold War to NATO’s “Humanitarian Wars” – The Complicity of the United Nations By Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya Global Research, April 4, 2012 Humanitarian wars, especially under the guise of the “Responsibility to Protect (R2P),” are a modern form … Read more . . .
Libya and the ICJ: Clipping the Security Council’s Wings by David Ott (*), Middle East International, 13 March 1998 “Neither a victory nor a defeat” was British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook’s spin on the 27 February decision of the International … Read more . . .