U.N.O Security Council and General Assembly

  • Adithya Narayanan
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  • Adithya Narayanan

    Student in India

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The United Nations Organization (UNO) is a global institution conceived to execute the law, guarantee security and civil rights, and encourage economic development and social advancement for nations throughout the globe. It currently has 193 member nations and two established spectator institution that is restricted from voting. Its base is situated in Manhattan City. United Nations Security Council, established in 1945, imposed the preservation of international peace and security, also accepting new members to the UN and accepting any advances to the UN charter. And UN General Assembly is the principal ruling body of the organization and is the most representative body too in the UN. This Article briefly discusses two of the six principal organs of the United Nations that is about Security Council and General assembly, along with various means of settlement with the object of bringing awareness among readers of the significance of the UN Security Council and General Assembly playing its role in preserving International Peace and Collective Security. After reading the entire article, the reader will understand the importance of the UN Security Council and General Assembly and get a brief idea of other aspects of International Law about the Security Council and General Assembly.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 6, Page 528 - 538

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.113828

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