Is threatening another country with military force illegal according to UN charter?
- conranger1Lv 77 years agoFavorite Answer
Having served with the U.N. in South Lebanon, I will be the first to admit its not a perfect organisation,
but we would be far worse off without it.
As an ORGANIZATION and NOT a SOVEREIGN NATION:-
It has saved peoples lives, it has put food on the table, it has housed those in need of shelter,
it has provided medical help where needed, it has supplied schools.
It takes care of many humanitarian problems on the planet.
Pity its ran by a bunch of people who push their countries foreign policy agenda first and foremost.
- CephalopodLv 77 years ago
Even without UN approval,
You're allowed to defend yourself and allowed to protect people from their genocide under UN 'rules'.
The latter was the rationale for NATOs actions in Bosnia, and (sadly) the actions in Iraq.
- Anonymous7 years ago
Love how you (and most other d*umb *** people) seen the think the UN actually means something.
Like there is some "UN Police Department" that will swoop in and arrest transgressors...LMFAO