World peace can be ensured only on the basis of the independence, sovereignty and equality of all states
75th anniversary of the United Nations: Part-I
This year marks the 75th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations (UN). On 24 October, 1945, the United Nations Charter was ratified by a majority of eligible states at that time and the UN officially came into being.
How and why did the United Nations come into being?
75th anniversary of the United Nations: Part-II
Even before the end of World War II, the Allies who were fighting jointly against Nazism and fascism got together on several occasions to discuss how to ensure a lasting peace after the War ended and how to spare humanity from the horrors of another such war. Various meetings ...
Major developments since the founding of the UN
75th anniversary of the United Nations: Part-III
The apprehensions of the Soviet Union and the socialist camp that the US and other imperialist powers would try and use the UN in their own interests, were proved true very early on. The imperialist powers refused to allow the government of the People’s Republic of China, following the ...
What is the way forward for the United Nations?
75th anniversary of the United Nations: Part-IV
At present, there is a widespread and growing demand among member countries for reform of the UN. It is unacceptable that just five countries continue to have deciding powers on questions related to war and peace in the UN. This is particularly unacceptable when we see that it is ...