Author: Emanuel Pietrobon – 23/07/2021
The Organization of the United Nations (UN) was established to help the Word Order restart and flourish after the destruction caused by the World War II. The New York-based international organization has been trying to seek and maintain world peace since its foundation, sometimes successfully and other times unsuccessfully.
World peace, war prevention, peaceful dispute resolution, and international security aren’t pursued merely by means of recommendations, international conventions, declarations of principles, or actions of the Security Council.
The International Court of Justice (ICJ) is the UN’s principal judicial body and has been involved in many cases throughout its decades-long history, trying to avoid wars and settle disputes between member states.
The Court intervened on a case which is very noteworthy as it explains the international law’s position on unconventional warfare, aggressive war, and the principle of non-intervention, and helps underline the limits between theory and practice when is matter to make the great powers accept international rules and obligations. The case is Nicaragua vs. United States.
Key words: United Nations, International Court of Justice, Nicaragua, United States of America
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