Collective Security: International Organization the Term Paper

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After the end of the cold war, the experts are of the opinion that the United Nations has escaped from the influence of the super powers, and every member country has realized their potential, interests and priorities. The forum of United Nations is expected to offer substantial relieve to the countries, and has the capability to offer protection, security and stability to the respective countries, which are vulnerable to the threat of aggression (Hans, 2001).

One of the regional examples of the Collective Security has been the forum of Collective Security Treaty Organization, which comprises of Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, Moldova, Ukraine and Uzbekistan as its member countries (Ademola, 2004). The organization was established in May, 1992. However Azerbaijan, Georgia, Ukraine, Moldova and Uzbekistan cancelled their membership, once their realized that threat of military aggression was not imminent, and therefore the concept of the military integration was void. The organization is registered in United Nations as a regional international organization, therefore the activities and the objectives of the organization are similar to the objectives listed in the charters of the United Nations, and however its implementation role has been undertaken independently by the selected member countries of CSTO (Ademola, 2004). The formation of such regional alliances can be justified with the fact that the concept of the international super powers has been rephrased into regional super powers. The formation of such regional alliances is crucial to the integrity of the regions, which is in particular reference to the Central Asian countries where the interests of the developed and militarily potential countries is enthusiastic.

References

Hans Kelsen. Collective Security under International Law. 2001. The Law book Exchange Ltd. pp. 187-198.

Ramesh Chandra Thakur. The United Nations, Peace and Security: From Collective Security to the Responsibility to Protect. 2006. Cambridge University Press. pp. 97-108.

Ademola Abass. Regional Organizations…

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References

Hans Kelsen. Collective Security under International Law. 2001. The Law book Exchange Ltd. pp. 187-198.

Ramesh Chandra Thakur. The United Nations, Peace and Security: From Collective Security to the Responsibility to Protect. 2006. Cambridge University Press. pp. 97-108.

Ademola Abass. Regional Organizations and the Development of Collective Security. 2004. Hart Publishing. pp. 198-209.

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