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Inclusiveness of the mechanisms of international law. Need it?

Discussion in 'Politics & Current Affairs' started by KeyHoleEye, Jun 11, 2024.

  1. KeyHoleEye

    KeyHoleEye Trusted Member

    Who was considered? Is there a UN document confirming that the UN believed this way?
     
  2. Bigsislover

    Bigsislover Trusted.Member

    Meaning it ISAF through to the end. Under US leadership and us doing the bulk, but it was ISAF
     
  3. KeyHoleEye

    KeyHoleEye Trusted Member

    Are you answering some other question because you couldn't read mine?
    However, it doesn’t matter, I received your answers to the original questions. Thanks again.
    A separate topic can be created to discuss the legal basis for a special military operation in Afghanistan.
     
  4. Bigsislover

    Bigsislover Trusted.Member

    Wow, take it easy pal. I wasn’t sure you understood my point. If you want the documents you’re free to look it up.
     
  5. KeyHoleEye

    KeyHoleEye Trusted Member

    Thank you for the third time. I know what I can do. Including from any point of view, unlike the document.
    I hope we stop here...
     
  6. Bigsislover

    Bigsislover Trusted.Member

    And this is why politics shouldn’t be on this sight…
     
  7. KeyHoleEye

    KeyHoleEye Trusted Member

    By the way, yes. Initially, I was surprised by the presence of a political section here. But if it exists, it would be wrong to leave it only to your opponents.
    But the decision to close the political section here would not upset me much. The Internet is full of places for political holivars.:)
     
    Last edited: Jun 11, 2024
  8. Bigsislover

    Bigsislover Trusted.Member

    It seems kinda out of place here, but that just my opinion… lol.
     
  9. Lian

    Lian Friendly One

    Well, UN doesnt have any way to enforce their rules.
    I mean IN Resolution 2334 isnt resoected AT ALL by Israel, after all
     
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  10. KeyHoleEye

    KeyHoleEye Trusted Member

    Yes, that’s exactly what I’m talking about too - is it possible to have a mechanism for ensuring the implementation of UN decisions?
    If even the mighty five permanent members of the Security Council cannot ensure the implementation of decisions, then what can the rest?
     
  11. slave2sis

    slave2sis Account Deleted

    It's difficult/impossible to maintain an international system of law when leading nations themselves are run by criminal regimes. China is a military dictatorship.
    Russia is a mafia state with nukes. UK & France are quasi-democratic former colonial empires long in decline, and the US was founded by slave traders, tax cheats,
    and genocidal religious zealots intent on creating God's Kingdom on Earth. Good luck with that whole New World Order thing...
     
  12. KeyHoleEye

    KeyHoleEye Trusted Member

    No exit?