Short Considerations Regarding the Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes
The peaceful settlement of international conflicts is a guarantee for international peace and security. For a long time, war was one of the main instruments of foreign policy, but along with the violent ways appeared some peaceful means of solving the differences between states. At first these means have only been regarded as auxiliaries but in time they began to assert. No matter how important the interests of a state, they could have not been protected only by force but by the pacifistic methods provided by the international law. The Charter of the United Nations compels the member states to solve their differences peacefully in order that the international peace and security would not be endangered.
Volume (Year): 2 (2010)
Issue (Month): 2 (June)
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