The United Nations organization (U. N. O.)
which was formed in 1945 to replace
the league of nations has the following principles. 

  • The organization
    was based on the principle of sovereignty of equality of all
    members. 
  • All members of the
    U. N. O. are to carry out their obligations which they have
    signed under the charter of the organization. 
  • Settlement of
    international disputes by peaceful means in such a manner as
    not to endanger world Peace and security. 
  • That members should
    refrain from the use of threat or force in the conduct of
    their relation in any way inconsistent with the purposes of the
    United Nations.  
  • That all members will support the United
    Nations in any action
    taken in accordance with the charter of the organization.
  • That all
    member states must fulfill the above aims and objectives
    in good faith.
  • To ensure that non-members of U. N. O. do not act in any way that can be
    prejudicial to the maintenance of international peace
    and security.  
  • That
    the United Nations shall not intervene in matters which are
    essentially within the domestic jurisdiction of members states
    except when it is acting to enforce international peace
    and security.