Relevance of Multi-Lateral Organisations: Focusing on League of Nations

  • Dr Ashu Dhiman and Param Bhamra
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  • Dr Ashu Dhiman

    Assistant Professor (Law) at Vivekananda school of Law & Legal Studies, VIPS-TC, New Delhi, India

  • Param Bhamra

    Founding Partner at MediateGuru, India

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“The High Contracting Parties, determined to prevent a recurrence of the fratricidal strife which twice in our generation has brought untold sorrow and loss upon mankind .” After the barbaric bloodshed of the Second World War again a need emerged to put an end to such incidents causing a dystopian future for the world community. On 1st January 1942, the term United Nations was coined by President Franklin D. Roosevelt with the aim to continue fighting against the Axis power 26 nations pledged for the same. In the year 1945, on October 24th, the United Nations wasn’t just a mere term coined but was officially recognised at the United Nations Conference on International Organization and led to the drawing of the United Nations Charter. It has been 75 years since the International Organization emerged but has it proved to be worthy of the effort that was made for its existence? The question with regards to the relevance of multilateral organisations has been emerging more and more as compared to the initial advent of the 21st century. Are International Organizations upholding the value made in the preamble? Are Multilateral Organisations in reality building peace or just mere Statue taking funding from its member states? Can Multilateral Organisations sustain them with the inevitable dynamics in the world surrounding them?


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 6, Page 1232 - 1250


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