The Role of the International Community in Stopping Genocide
University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.
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The United Nations practically hasn't done anything. There is a lot of resolutions that came out of the United Nations, but when it comes to practically the interests of the big countries play a big role. There is five permanent countries in the Security Council, and if any of them uses veto against the countries that use means, bad ways to eliminate a minority, the United Nations cannot implement the policy, cannot do anything. The resolution will end up as only on papers. It's only ink on the paper, nothing more than that. So I hope there will be a change in the way United Nations are, and the United Nations will find a firm way to interfere and stop the brutal policies of some countries against their minorities, or genocide acts of those countries against the minorities.