Crimean Effects to Internationl Law

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CRIMEAN EFFECTS TO THE INTERNATIONAL LAW
Crimean issue has a serious impact for the of safety and stability between the Europe, and Asia. Vladimir Putin restored historical events in memory similar to those of Adolf Hitler in the “second world war” of the year and 30th of Leonid Brezhnev 60 years. Vladimir Putin ordered the invasion of Ukraine, the Crimean peninsula. This mild aggression he initially justified by the protection of the “Human rights” of Russians in the Crimea , and although there is not a reliable report of violation in “human rights” . Then, his aggression, Putin based the letters that he received from Russian brothers who wanted his defense, and occupation of the Crimean territory. But in international law view it is that there has to be an intervention in cases of:” threat to the peace, breach of the peace, or acts of aggression.” It is clear that Russia has imposed threat to the Ukrainian territory by aggression occupying the Crimean part.
Thus, finally it justified the annexation of the territory of an independent country with strategic importance of the Crimean, which rigidly violated the UN Charter, the OSCE and the Budapest Memorandum , which Russia has signed , as one of the guarantors of the sovereignty and integrity of Ukraine territory . Thus, starting with the violation under UN charter which states that: UN Charter. Article 2, paragraph 4: “All Members shall refrain in their international relations from the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity or political independence of any state, or in any other manner inconsistent with the Purposes of the United Nations.” The charter is a mirror of violated obligations for Russia as a permanent member of the Security Co...

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...w the further aims of the Russian’s US and EU have to be well prepare for military response to these actions.
To sum up, Russia has violated many charters of UN. The point that makes this issue more complicated is that Russia is a big power, and no matter the violations it made it has strong allies of its states. No matter what, US, and EU should show their determination of maintaining peace, and stability in their global matters. If peaceful negotiations do not provide solutions, UNSC should gather for military planning actions against the Russian armed forces. Russia as a big power that they are, may not respond to the ICJ call for negotiation of pulling back armed forces. If the Crimean fails to return to the Ukraine, the authority of UNSC will be destructed, hence the US, and Europe will fail their guarantee of protecting the Ukrainian territorial sovereignty.

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