The failure of the United Nations

The reasons for the United Nations failure are discussed.

The failure of the United Nations,The United Nations failed

After the devastating killings and horrors of World War I, the United Nations was established to establish international peace. The organization, although somewhat successful in social and economic fields, failed to resolve international wars and disputes. There were several reasons for the failure of the United Nations.

The reasons for the United Nations failure are: -

1) Absence of a large state:
The United Nations Charter was part of the Treaty. Russia, the United States and Germany could not agree to the terms of this treaty. So many states lost confidence in the United Nations.

Russia, Germany and the United States were not members of this organization at the time of the formation of the United Nations. As a result, the formation of the United Nations was weak from the beginning. Only England and France were dominant in this union.

There was a lack of sincerity and unity among United Nations members. The members of this association have their own interests and colonial interests rather than world peace Were quick to keep interested. This leads to dissatisfaction which leads to failure.

2) Lack of military power:
The United Nations did not have its own army. To maintain world peace, we had to rely on the member states. If a member state did not provide military assistance for any reason, the United Nations decision would have been unfounded. The United Nations was then in a state of helplessness.

3) Weapons competition:
There was a need to stop the arms race for world peace. But that was not possible. The international disarmament summit fails to disagree. Germany denies United Nations membership. As a result, increased weapons competition led to World War II.

4) Undeclared war:
The declaration of war was forbidden in the United Nations Convention. The war for self-defence was not forbidden. But the league had nothing to do with the decisive battle.

5)Attribution policy:
England and France exploited Germany, Italy  Italy for fear of socialism. As a result, the United Nations did not have the capacity to resist the invasion of Italy and Germany.

6) Internal Disability:
The United Nations could not interfere in any country's internal issues. The United Nations could not take any action against the Jewish killings in Germany. It is a sign of the weakness of the United Nations.

7)The error of veto capacity:
The UN's decision-making process against any attack was flawed. When a state invaded a foreign state, the veto powers opposed the decision to impose a veto on the interests of its ally. This error had crippled the United Nations.

8)The dictatorship of the dictatorship:
After the First World War, economic hardships around the world caused the financial plight of people in different countries. This situation led to the rise of dictatorships in Germany, Italy, Spain, and Japan. These dictatorial rulers disregarded the orders of the United Nations and became drunk on foreign soil. The United Nations has failed to take any action against it.

The United Nations recognized its achievement even though the objective of world peace failed. After the First World War, however, international disputes played an important role in resolving disputes and establishing peace. The situation of memory and cooperation of the world was created.

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