Originally Posted by ganeil
UN Security Council resolutions are mandatory upon member states when issued under Chapter 7 of the UN Charter. Under the UN Charter it is within the purview of the Security Council (not you) to determine when Article VII has been breached. When it makes such a finding it may demand the offending action cease by issuing a resolution under Chapter VII.
The nations that have violated Chapter VII resolutions are North Korea (UNSCR 82 in 1950), Iraq (series of resolutions from 1991-2002), and Iran (UNSCR 1696 in 2006).
and all that is voted by all members of UN???