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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
International law students advocate the separate and sui generis existence of this legal rules against any political intents, and analyzes practice of states and international institutions in the light of international rule of law and legal order, so that public order in the international community depends essentially on respect for the legal order. Then, they expect that the UN in particular, its executive organ, Security Council (SC), should have carried out it responsibilities in accordance with the law, and regulated its agenda for achieving the UN purpose in the light of legal obligations of international actors. However, the practice had a different situation. Throughout the SC’s activities on Iran’s nuclear program, political considerations of the certain members have been prevailed and the law on maintenance of international peace and security often were inferior. In this article, we analyze the relationships between international politics and decisions of the SC in particular, res. 1747 (2007). The open-ended question is that: is peaceful and promptly resolution of this crisis, the concrete intent of the SC? The Author believes that national interests of certain members of the SC have impeded the rule of international law governing resolution of this crisis.