Evaluation of United Nations Security Council Resolutions by States

Malihe Behfar, Hassan Savari

Abstract


In UNs history, the Legality of Security Council Resolutions, in many cases, is challenged. Generally, these challenges are taken by States that affected Security Council decisions. With notice that States are the representative for implementation of SCR, they intervene their determination and interpretation in the way that implement SC Decisions. In some cases, domestic and regional courts evaluate the state action in implementation SCRs. Although these cases couldn’t provide direct review on Resolutions, but affected in the way of implementation. Evaluation by States is probable and arises some concerns about decreased effectiveness of SC in the maintenance of international peace and security.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5539/jpl.v10n1p204

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