Puzzle Of The Sovereignties


                 Humanity cannot survive alone. This led to people gathering on land and to live, perhaps surviving together. However, the eight billion people living in this world have divided into much more groups, turning out to be the 195 countries we know today. Each country has gone on this period of time for a long time with different histories, traditions, rules, and such. In a time that seems to be in a peaceful state, external affairs play a big role to presume the ultimate achievement of world peace. Nonetheless, the internal affairs of a country may cause problems on an external level for plans. Thus, is it ethical or even necessary to interfere in the internal affairs in countries, or not?


                 National sovereignty is an unquestionable part of our question. Hence over the years, we have bore witness to events concluding with the interference of another country to the spoken country’s internal affairs. Conversely, it is proclaimed by many countries that the non-interference policy is being implemented, extreme regards not included. This policy simply opposes any intervention or interference of the domestic or internal affairs of an independent state. As revealed by in The United Nations Charter and the Charter of the Organization of American States, it is stated that ‘No State or group of States has the right to intervene, directly or indirectly, for any reason whatever, in the internal or external affairs of any other State.’.


                 The extraterritoriality of the states can be discussable on some grounds. For instance, The UN World Summit on 14–16 September 2005 affirmed that member states had the ‘Responsibility to Protect. To clarify what is meant by RtoP, the UN member states can be empowered in cases that threaten international peace and security. It is argued that the interference can also lead to the destabilization of the region and should be considered illegitimate.


               In conclusion, achieving a stable and indulgent environment is a problem with lots of different aspects. Though, the moral compass of the situation can be narrowed down to its core purpose: peace. Therefore, before settling upon any action to be taken that will interfere with another government’s, which is accepted by all nations, matters; the focus must be on the benefits for those who are in need. Other interests should not even be reckoned with.








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