Keywords : Limits of UN Security Council sanctions

Limits of UN Security Council sanctions after the Cold War

Omar A- Hamid Omar

Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences, 2012, Volume 1, Issue 3, Pages 389-451

The limits of Security Council sanctions were not clearly defined in the Charter of the United Nations, as well as the lack of effective control over what the Council is of sanctions under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, but after the end of the Cold War has been assigned to the Security Council a set of tasks was in the forefront of protecting human rights of grave violations, and the fight against terrorism, noting that the protection of human rights is not in accordance with objective criteria abstract yet linked to the maintenance of peace and security in the absence of a definition and expansion of the concepts of violation and breach of international peace and security, with regard to the fight against terrorism is still the concept is free of a specific definition, this means there is no legal mechanisms agreed for the purpose of combating all this allowed the Security Council to act in the capacity of his command in the absence of control over his work, and the description of the sanctions adopted by the Council under Chapter VII of the Charter measure is incorrect Valtdber means the measure precautionary interim either penalty means the penalty imposed for violating a legal obligation and this is what applies to the provisions of articles 41-42 of the UN Charter The measure applies to the concept of what came by Article 40 of the UN Charter,