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United Nations Charter

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  • In violation of the United Nations Charter, which is the law of the land under the U.S.

    A Veteran's Declaration of Independence for July 4, 2008

  • More than ten years ago, they agreed that the imposition of economic sanctions under Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter is the only peaceful option available, and they pledged to abide by any decisions in this respect by the

    ANNEX

  • It isn't legally enforceable, but it defines the freedoms and rights set out in the United Nations Charter, which is binding, and its provisions - including a ban on torture, slavery and discrimination

    Life and style | guardian.co.uk

  • The United Nations Charter is not an obscure document that can be safely ignored when it is convenient to do so.

    Robert Naiman: "No-Fly Zone"? Senator Kerry, the UN Charter Is Supreme Law

  • When he continued to advocate for the eradication of Israel in 2007, one hundred members of the United States House of Representatives co-sponsored a bill "Calling on the United Nations Security Council to charge Ahmadinejad with violating the 1948 Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide and the United Nations Charter because of his calls for the destruction of the State of Israel."

    Haggai Carmon: Durban Review Conference on Racism: Genuine Effort or Political Hypocrisy?

  • The modern Law of War, which draws on Grotius, began with conventions at Paris in 1856, and later at other places, and now is codified in the United Nations Charter, the record of the Nuremburg and Tokyo war-crimes trials, and subsequent conventions and treaties.

    George Washington’s First War

  • When Soviet premier Nikolai Bulganin proposed that Soviet and American forces jointly end the war in Egypt, Eisenhower warned the Soviet leader that any unilateral action “would violate the United Nations Charter.”

    Eisenhower 1956

  • Any unilateral action “would violate the United Nations Charter, and it would be the duty of all United Nations members, including the United States, to oppose any such effort.”

    Eisenhower 1956

  • Every human being must be free to encounter the divine on his or her terms, as Article 18 of the United Nations Charter states, and which all the Middle Eastern nations have signed.

    Bishop Pierre Whalon: Jaw-Jaw Or War-War?

  • Our Declaration of Independence is the only such document that actively invokes the universalist principles of the United Nations Charter.

    Danny Ayalon: Learning from the 'Jewish Spring'

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