How can the United Nations (UN) effectively deal with a country that breaks international law? What about when it is a permanent UN Security Council member committing the transgression?
The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) is a branch of the United Nations. Its role is to ensure international peace and security around the world. It is the only UN body that has the power to issue binding resolutions on countries — the other UN bodies can only issue non-legally binding recommendations.
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