When a government crumbles, what does the UN do?
I've been thinking about this a bunch & I wanna hear what other people think.
If an Island country or territory like Bermuda or Hawaii were to undergo some sort of political unrest that left the local government overthrown, is there anything stopping the new regime? Could the UN interfere during the overthrow in an effort to help the existing government? If they did & failed, how would they respond to the new nation born out of the rubble? Would they see the new order as some sort of hostile power or would they be welcomed into the UN. What would happen after the last domino fell & how seriously would the new nation be taken? How would this apply to other larger nations?
- 6 months ago
The U.N. doesn’t care about upholding its Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
- CathyLv 47 months ago
The UN sends troops to loot resources and valuablesSource(s): Kofi Annan
- CliveLv 77 months ago
It does nothing. It only gets involved if a majority of the members actually vote to do something.
- FoofaLv 77 months ago
The UN generally only intervenes when genocide is involved, i.e. the Balkans. It's stood by and let Somalia descend into a nation without a real government.
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- Larry CLv 77 months ago
If the U. N. wanted to interfer in Hawaii, the U. S. would veto it, end of story. As for Bermuda, they have no problems, why not look at countries like Iraq. There they would do nothing unless the Muslim alliance agreed that they should, since the U. N. is spineless.
- Anonymous7 months ago
Nothing. The UN is completely useless.
- Godless GazooLv 77 months ago
They aren't able to do anything.