UNCIO 25 APRIL - 26 JUNE 1945

 

 The United Nations Charter

 

 

The United Nations Charter in a 238 box, 17 by 14,

 grid, with top and side location margins.

 

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 It' your Charter

Click >>  http://www.un.org/en/documents/charter/

 

Chapter numbers are green highlighted. The preamble is, unofficially, 0.  Articles without clauses are pink and claused ones blue. For convenience, article numbers combine first clauses. For instance, Article 13's square combines 13.1(a), while 13(b) combines 13.1(b). The first phrase equally applies to clause a and b.

The first repeat of the grid below has red hearts for where the words, human rights, are mentioned.  The red diagonal crosses mark the key words, "international peace and security". It's used thirty two times. For example, in the preamble, "to unite our strength to maintain international peace and security" and, importantly, twice in the crucial Article 51 on a nation's self-defence.

The second repeat of the grid has six red diamonds for the six United Nations organ Chapters and first Articles.

There's also the very special Chapter six, (VI) Pacific Settlement of Disputes. Click http://un.org/aboutun/charter/index.html

Its six Chapter Six articles are marked with red scrolls

Pacific selttlement of disputes was earlier in the League Of Nations documents as, 

The League of Nations Protocol for the Pacific Settlement of International Disputes.

 Click http://wwi.lib.byu.edu/index.php/The_League_of_Nations_Protocol_for_the_Pacific_Settlement_of_International_Disputes

 

  

 1567810 1112 13 14 15 16 17 
0.  A B CEFGI  1.1 342 2
B35672. 3 4  25  6 3. 7 28 4.  
C 10  11   2412 13 (b) 214 15 15    17  
D 18  19  20 21  22  5.  23  224 325   26   
27 28  29  30 31  32  6. 33  34  35   
F 36 337   38  7. 39 40 41 42 43 344    45 46  
47 48  49 50 51 8.  52 453    54  
9.  55  (b) (c) 56   57   58  59 60 10.61 62  2
463   64  65 66 67 268 69 70   71  72 
J11. 73    (b) (c) (d) (e) 74 12. 75 76  (b) (c)(d) 77   (b) (c) 
78 79   80   81   82 83 84 85  13.86     (b)(c)
87  (b) (c) (d) 88   89 90  91 14. 92 93 94  2
M95 96 215.97  98   99 100 101 16.102 103  104  
N 105   17. 106  107 18. 108  109 19. 110  111  

 

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  Human Rights   marked with hearts  and

 International Peace and Security 

by diagonal crosses. x

 (1) Preamble point B         ♥

(2) Chapter I          1(3)       

(3) Chapter IV       13(1) (b) 

(4) Chapter IX        55(c)     

(5) Chapter X         62(2)     

(6) Chapter X         68         

(7) Chapter XII      76(c)      

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IPAS x 32 Places, In The United Nations Charter, Listed In Red, Where

The Key Phrase, International Peace And Security  Is Found.

 

01 F09 15:1 17  39   25  52:1  
02 1:1 10  18:2 18  42 26  54 
03 2:311  23:1 19  43:1 27  73 
04 2:612  24:1 20  43:1 28  73(c) 
05 11:1 13  26 21  47:1 29  76(a) 
06  11:214  33:1 22  48:1 30  84 
07 11:3 15  34 23  51 31  99 
08  12:2 16 37:2 24  51 32  106 

 

Conveniently, there are twenty locations where the Key Phrase is in a sub-clause of an Article and twelve locations where it's in an Article without clauses or in a sub-claused  Article's introductory phrase. That's convenient because a truncated icosahedron, or traditional soccer ball's panel stitching, uses twenty hexagons and twelve pentagons. This arrangement is below. 

 

02  1:106  11:210  18:216  37:222  48:1
03  2:307  11:311  23:119  43:125  52:1
04  2:608  12:212  24:120  43:128  73(c)
05  11:1 09  15:114  33:121  47:129  76(a)

 

 

01  F17  3924  5130  84
13  26 18  4226  5431  99 
15  34 23  5127  7332  106 

Below

A truncated icosahedron, as used for the traditional soccer ball, has 32 faces. There are twenty hexagons and  twelve penatagons.  The tables above are represented below on the faces.

For more pictures of this ball please  Click >>  http://voxo.webs.com/peaceandsecurityball.htm

 Each panel above displays a location of the Key Phrase marked x in the 17x14, 238 box grid below .

 

 

 

 

 

 

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0.  A B   CDEF xGHI  1.1  x3   42 2
Bx5x72. 3 4  25  6 3.7 28 4.  
C 10  11 xx3  x412 2 x13 (b) 214 15 x15    17  
D 18  2 x19  20 21  22  5. 23 x224 x325   26x 
27 28  29  30 31  32  6. 33 x34 x35   
F 36 337   2   x38  7. 39 x40 41 42 x43xx344    45 46 
47 x48  x49 50 51xx8.  52 x453    54 x
9.  55  (b) (c)  ♥56 57   58  59 60 10.61 62  
463 64 65 66 67 268  69 70   71  72 
J11. 73  x(b) (c)  x(d) (e) 74 12.75 76 x(b) (c) (d) 77   (b) (c) 
78 79  80   281   82 83 84 x85  13.86    (b)(c)
87  (b) (c) (d)88   89 90 91 14.92 93 94  2
M95 96 215.97 98   99 x100 101 16.102 103 104
N 105 17. 106 x107 18.108 109 19.110 111

 

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Chapters and Articles on the six United Nations Charter Organs

and Keystone Chapter Six, Pacific Resolution of Disputes.§   

Click http://un.org/aboutun/charter/index.html

Organs 

Chapter    4.    General Assembly................................Article  9    

Chapter    5.    Security Council..................................Article  23  

Chapter   10.   Economic and Social Council..............Article  61  

Chapter   13.   Trusteeship Council.......................... ..Article  86  

Chapter   14.   International Court of Justice.............Article  92  

Chapter   15.   Secretariat...........................................Article  97   

 

Chapter Six, Pacific Resolution of Disputes, Articles 33§ to 38§ 

Click  http://un.org/aboutun/charter/index.html                                

 Article 33‹§› is THE KEYSTONE Charter Article on first seeking a solution by,

* negotiation, * enquiry,  * mediation, * conciliation,  * arbitration, * judicial settlement,  * resort to regional agencies *or arrangements  or, * other peaceful means of their own choice.

 

 

 

 

1* negotiation2* enquiry 3* mediation
4* conciliation5* arbitration 6* judicial settlement
7* resort to regional agencies 8* resort to regional arrangements9* other peaceful means of their own choice. 

 

 

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0.  A B CEFGI  1.1 342 2
B35672. 3 4  25  6 3. 7 28 4.  
C 10  11   2412 13 (b) 214 15 15    17  
D 18  19  20 21  22  5.  23  224 325   26   
27 28  29  30 31  32  6. 33 §›34  §35  §
F 36 §337   § 38 § 7.39 40 41 42 43 344    45 46  
47 48  49 50 51 8.  52 453    54  
9.  55  (b) (c) 56   57   58  59 60 10.61  62  2
463   64  65 66 67 268 69 70   71  72 
J11. 73   (b) (c) (d) (e) 74 12. 75 76  (b) (c)(d) 77   (b) (c) 
78 79   80   81   82 83 84 85  13.86    (b)(c)
87  (b) (c) (d) 88   89 90  91 14. 92 93 94  2
M95 96 215.97 98   99 100 101 16.102 103  104  
N 105   17. 106 107 18.108 109 19. 110  111  

 

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 History of the United Nations Charter click http://un.org/aboutun/charter/history/ 

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Chart in Two Photos Showing Chapter Topic Distribution of 111 United Nations Charter Articles

Proem is the Preamble, Gather, the General Assembly, Staff, The Secretariat.

In the arrangement below, the preamble 0, is given A - H, for United Nations desires and objectives, 

while the chart above with A - I, includes the clause on the United Nations organisation's establishment

Chapter Code Words and Actual Chapter Names With Organ-Based Chapters in Blue

0→PROEM→Preamble

1→AIMS→Purposes and Principles

2→MEMBER→Membership

3→ORGANS→Organs

4→GATHER→The General Assembly.......    Composition,  Functions and Powers,  Voting, Procedure.

5→SECURE→The Security Council......     Composition,  Functions and Powers,  Voting, Procedure.

6→PACIFIC→Pacific Settlement of Disputes

7→ACTION→Action With Respect To Threats To The Peace, Breaches Of The Peace And Acts Of Aggression

8→REGIONAL→Regional Arrangements

9→STABLE→International Economic And Social Co-operation

10→SOCIAL→The Economic And Social Council.......   Composition,  Functions and Powers,  Voting, Procedure.

11→SACRED→Declaration Regarding Non-Self-Governing Territories

12→TRUST→International Trusteeship System

13→FOSTER→The Trusteeship Council.......   Composition,  Functions and Powers,  Voting, Procedure.  

14→JUST→The International Court Of Justice

15→STAFF→The Secretariat

16→SUNDRY→Miscellenous Provisions

17→JOINT→Transitional Security Arrangements

18→AMEND→Amendments

19→RATIFY→Ratification And Signature

Short key-words for chapters

[0] Proem. [1] Aims. [2] Member. [3] Organs. [4] Gather. [5] Secure. [6] Pacific. [7] Action. [8] Region. [9] Stable. 10] Social. [11] Sacred. [12] Trust. [13] Foster. [14] Just. [15] Staff. [16] Sundry. [17] Joint.  [18] Amend. [19] Ratifty

 

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 The United Nations Charter in a sunflower disc presentation

Showing the Chapters' unofficial key word and the article spread,

plus the number of articles in each chapter by the centre.

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Commentary On The United Nations Charter

The United Nations Charter has a two volume commentary on how it operates, such as detail over Article 51's coverage and limitations. It's published by Oxford University Press and costs over $NZ1000 for the two volumes. Should public demand increase, as warranted interest in the Charter grows, the price would eventually substantially reduce, one would expect, from a larger reprinting run.

1. See the commentary edited by Bruno Simma...Click  >>>  http://ukcatalogue.oup.com/product/9780199580156.do#.UkH6iIYwrIs

2. Review of The Commentary Of The Charter.........  Click  >>>

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3. Bruno Simma...................   Click  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bruno_Simma   Click   http://www.germanlawjournal.com/article.php?id=240   

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 United Nations Judge Bruno Simma...........................       Click http://www.icj-cij.org/court/?p1=1&p2=2&p3=1&judge=14

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