UN, NATO and World Bank Charters.
The UN’s role in adjudicating crises.
The United Nations was established in 1945 to help nations overcome political problems resulting in conflict and humanitarian disasters. This key organization allows nations to express their approval or disapproval of the way in which a crisis is addressed. Members agree or disagree about the course of action needed. The areas of the UN charter have helped with human rights, economic assistance, and equal partnership between nations and has developed a world where crises will be stopped. Prior to the UN unilateral actions of nations led to wars.
NATO prevents conflicts between powers.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization, NATO, collectively decides whether to engage in armed conflict and political initiatives by having their members’ assess critical flash points in the world today. It makes political and military decisions based on the priorities of member states. NATO will formulate a course of action determined on a case-by-case basis. The North Atlantic Council -the defense arm of NATO, shares intelligence and data within their alliance to take a united stance against war. The important NATO crisis management operations are their peacekeeping missions.
The main functions of the World Bank.
The World Bank explores every means to extend financial support to countries experiencing economic hardship and declining levels of development. It accomplishes this by providing small and large loans to bolster the public and private sectors of economies. The Bank seeks to promote the long-range balanced growth of international trade. To this end it has committed billions in providing necessary financial assistance. Today, the World Bank is the premier lending organization in the world. Its reach is unsurpassed in bringing nations to a stage where they can help their populations.