The impact of the UN on contemporary international relations is significant and multifaceted.
It is determined by the following main factors: the UN is the most representative forum for discussions between states on topical issues of international development; The UN Charter is the foundation of modern international law, a kind of generally recognized code of conduct for states and their relationships; other international treaties and agreements are checked against it.
The UN itself has become an important mechanism of international rule-making and occupies a very special place among other organizations – sources of international law; under the shadow of the UN there are a large number of intergovernmental organizations that regulate international life within the framework of their functional mission; The UN is endowed with extremely important competence to resolve issues of war and peace, including through the use of armed force.
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