Mechanisms to Implement un Security Council Resolutions by using Military Force (Libyan Crisis 2011 As A Model) Analytical Study
The forms of international organizations varied according to the purpose of their establishment. These types of
international military organizations were formed, which aim to defend by all means (even military ones) the security and
safety of the members of these organizations. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is one of those military
organizations that emerged after the end of the Second World War with the victory of the Allies over the Axis Powers, and
then the Cold War between the allies of yesterday and today's adversaries. Most of the countries of the world are divided into
supporters of this or that camp. The end of the Second World War marked the outbreak of another war called the Cold War
between the two international poles: The Western pole led by the United States of America and the Eastern Pole led by the
former Soviet Union. This Cold War has resulted in the emergence of international military organizations, and these
international military organizations continued even after the demise of one of the two poles (the Soviet Union). The North
Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) remains and its last intervention in the emerging crises was its intervention to topple
Colonel Muammar Gaddafi's regime in 2011. Because no military force was established under the UN, The UN Security
Council (as a principal organ of the United Nations responsible for the maintenance of international peace and security), in
the implementation of its resolutions under Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter, It depends on states and international
military organizations, including NATO ((Libyan Crisis 2011 as a model).
Key words- UN Security Council, The NATO, Libyan Crisis, Arab Spring Revolutions.