International Journal of Legal and Comparative Jurisprudence Studies

Volume 5 - Issue 1 (7) | PP: 82 - 89 Language : العربية

Manifestations of the Failure of the United Nations in Managing the Syrian Crisis

Ouassfi ben Mussa
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
11/11/2023 5/12/2023 31/12/2023 20/4/2024
Objectives: The main goal of the article is to expose and reveal how the United Nations failed to manage the Syrian crisis. Methods: we have discussed the article according to a precise methodology, as in the first section, we began by talking about the manifestations of the failure of the United Nations in managing the Syrian crisis. They discussed the topic through three demands. For the first demand, we talked about the manifestations of failure at the level of resolving the conflict peacefully. In the second section, we discussed, in two sections, the Astana negotiations and the decisions related to the Geneva talks. As for the third demand. We talked about activating the collective security system, and then in the second section we talked about embodying cases of threat to international peace and security and cases of aggression, where they were divided into two demands. Results: The United Nations failed to resolve the Syrian crisis peacefully, whether through negotiations or through its resolutions, which prolonged the Syrian crisis and made it vulnerable to the interventions of several regional and international powers. Conclusions: In light of this obvious and clearly visible inability, it has become necessary to take effective measures and reconsider the work of the institution and its agencies, through major reforms within it to be more effective and influential on the countries within the framework of the United Nations.

How To Cite This Article
Mussa , O. b. (2024). Manifestations of the Failure of the United Nations in Managing the Syrian Crisis. International Journal of Legal and Comparative Jurisprudence Studies, 5 (1), 82-89,

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