Abstract

The Charter of the United Nations adopted an explicit position on the prohibition of the use or threat of use of force and of aggression in international relations, in the interests of international peace and security, which was entrusted to the Security Council under Article 39 of the Charter. The efforts of the United Nations Organization continued to create a binding international legal formula in which the use of the war of aggression would be denied and strictly regulated by the famous General Assembly resolution 3314 of 14 December 1974,1 but this term remained merely a political term interpreted by each State In accordance with its political vision and vital interests, and did not receive its share and importance because of the conflicting conflicts of political and economic interests.