Power of the United Nations

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Enablers:

  • Fear for WWIII: World War II was something that no-one wanted to relive a international organization was set up. The name came partly from the one "United Nations Fighting Forces" used during the war by the Allied forces.
  • Cold war: We need some sense of security and coorporation
  • Rogue Nations and International Terrorism: Iran, North Korea, Iraq, etc. Together we can justify retaliating.
  • Globalization


Inhibitors:

  • Bureaucracy
  • Original charter is (too) old and ineffective now:
  • Member state governments: They have the real power:
    • Members ignore resolutions
    • Members proceed with actions withouth UN support/agreement
    • Local memberstate laws and regulations


Paradigms:

  • Before: Attacking one country was a simple cost benefit analysis.
  • After: Attacking one country now involved waging war against all the UN members.

Timing:

After the catastrophes of WWII.

"I don't know what weapons WWIII will be fought with, but WWIV will be fought with sticks and stones."

Albert Einstein

Experts:

To be added

References: