How and why this global organization was created

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How and why this global organization was created
How and why this global organization was created

Although the League of Nations was created after the First World War, it was the failure to protect the world from the Second World War and the context of the horrors of the Second World War that formed the basis of organizations like the United Nations.

However, even though the United Nations was born with the idea of ​​protecting the world from war and equal security among sovereign countries, the world has seen many wars even after the birth of the organization.

Delwar Hossain, Professor of International Relations of Dhaka University, says that the United Nations was established in the reality of the Second World War to prevent the history of war from repeating itself.

“The organization has not stopped wars, that’s right, but it has played a very good role in global human rights and humanitarian activities.

However, whatever the analysts say, the reality is that after the Second World War, the United Nations has not been able to show any effective role in any major crisis – be it Syria or Iraq or the Rohingya – except to make a statement and pass some resolutions outside of the influential countries.

In many cases, the influential countries did not pay attention to the decisions that the UN passed. Syria, Libya, Iraq or Somalia – the UN has been simply used or ignored by world powers.

Even though the United Nations has shown a lot of activity regarding the Rohingya refugees, no progress has been made in the repatriation of the Rohingya practically because of some influential countries.

How was the United Nations formed?
Although the United Nations was born after the Second World War, it was felt necessary because of the failure of the League of Nations formed after the First World War. From 1941 to 1945, many meetings and conferences of world leaders discussed the new international organization.

The United Nations website, however, states that the history of the United Nations is still being written, which began in 1945. Its journey began after the ratification of its charter by China, France, the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom and the United States and most of the signatory countries.

But in all, 51 countries signed the original charter, but now its membership is more than three times.

The U.S. State Department’s Office of the Historian writes about the process of the formation of the United Nations that on January 1, 1942, representatives of 26 nations warring with the German-Italian alliance gathered in Washington to sign the Declaration of the United Nations, thereby ratifying the Atlantic Charter.

The Atlantic Charter is basically a joint declaration of the United States and the United Kingdom. This declaration was issued after a meeting between US President Franklin D. Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill on August 14, 1941.

They were originally meeting to set up a post-World War II international process. Eight principles were inserted in this charter based on the commitment of both countries.

The two countries agreed in this charter to support the process of forming their own government in the countries that were taken control during the war, as well as to support all the people in fixing their own government system.

Then in August 1943 the foreign ministers of the United States and Britain agreed on a draft declaration that included a call for a general international organization based on the equality of all sovereign nations.

How was the United Nations formed?


Although the United Nations was born after the Second World War, it was felt necessary because of the failure of the League of Nations formed after the First World War. From 1941 to 1945, many meetings and conferences of world leaders discussed the new international organization.

The United Nations website, however, states that the history of the United Nations is still being written, which began in 1945. Its journey began after the ratification of its charter by China, France, the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom and the United States and most of the signatory countries.

But in all, 51 countries signed the original charter, but now its membership is more than three times.

The U.S. State Department’s Office of the Historian writes about the process of the formation of the United Nations that on January 1, 1942, representatives of 26 nations warring with the German-Italian alliance gathered in Washington to sign the Declaration of the United Nations, thereby ratifying the Atlantic Charter.

The Atlantic Charter is basically a joint declaration of the United States and the United Kingdom. This declaration was issued after a meeting between US President Franklin D. Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill on August 14, 1941.

They were originally meeting to set up a post-World War II international process. Eight principles were inserted in this charter based on the commitment of both countries.

The two countries agreed in this charter to support the process of forming their own government in the countries that were taken control during the war, as well as to support all the people in fixing their own government system.

Then in August 1943 the foreign ministers of the United States and Britain agreed on a draft declaration that included a call for a general international organization based on the equality of all sovereign nations.

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