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The purpose of the United Nations is to bring all nations of the world together to work for peace and development based on the principles of justice human dignity and the well-being of all people However if a country disobeying the international laws the United Nations punished that country through sanctions Sanction means A threatened penalty for disobeying a law or rule In this case does a sanction help to the country to follow the rules of the United Nations As far as what I realize from Eritrean has got sanctioned by UN about three years ago the sanction wont help either to the country or its people For many years sanctions have been used to threaten countries The reasons of sanctions are distinct but the most common are sanction designed to force for engagement with International Law and sanctions with the purpose to contain a threat to peace within a geographical boundary However beside this uncertainty there are so many negative impacts that we have to ask always If sanctions should ever be considered as solo solution So would the countries that disobeying the law of the United Nations should punish and pass through different sanctions even though it is going to bring the core problem to the population not the government As I stated it on the above one of the reasons of sanction is to force every nation to abide by when the international law broken For instanceIf we are trying to see the Eritrea governments case at this point we can probably understand it deeply As we many of us aware since long time there has been disagreement between the regime in Eritrea and UN over the Somalian issue The Eritrean govement has been refused to recognize to the Somalian govement that was endorsed and widely recognized by many countries as the solo
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