Legal Bindingness of Security Council Resolutions: “Security Council Resolution 853 (1993)”

5 Baku St. U. L.Rev. 233 (2019)
Article language: English.

Keeping peace is one of the notable duties of the Security Council of United Nations. Security Council fulfills this duty with direct intervention to the conflicts breaching peace, with the adoption of decisions or recommendations concerning such conflicts. One of such conflicts has occurred between the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Republic of Armenia at the end of 1980’s and the beginning of 1990’s. Security Council has adopted 4 resolutions concerning this conflict in 1993, and these resolutions have not been enforced yet. That is why, it is important to define, in the international law, their binding or non-binding character for their enforcement. In this article, the conditions for the legal bindingness of the resolutions of Security Council (hereinafter referred to as “SCR”) and their appearance or non-appearance in the SCR 853 on Nagorno-Karabakh were analyzed.

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