عنوان مقاله [English]
The framers of Charter of the United Nations have considered that International Court of Justice as principal organ of the United Nations; the world Court have applied legal techniques in the resolution of the international disputes. The “principal judicial organ of the United Nations” which has been provided in the Article 92, gives the Court to apply extra-legal techniques for settlement of disputes. In other words, the Court has an additional duty to maintain international peace and security. The Charter gives primary responsibility for maintaining international peace and security to the Security Council, but this responsibility is primary and it is not exclusive responsibility to maintain international peace and the Court in the recent years has had the opportunity to complete the function of the Security Council.
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