Is the United Nations a government?
No. It is an organisation.
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No, it is not a government. It is an organisation of sovereign states, who get together and decide on collective action in areas of concern. The only case in which a state's… sovereignty may be infringed is if it is seen to be a threat to international peace; that decision can only be taken by the security council - a sort of a high-powered club of nations. The veto-holding nations (i.e. those who can block a proposal to e.g. bomb a nation) are France, Russia, USA, Great Britain, China. There are non-permanent members of the Security Council, but they don't have veto power. The jist of it is that the UN does not have the power to legislate/govern in other countries except in some very extreme circumstances - such as when there is a failed state (Afghanistan, Somalia); or where there is imminent threat to world peace (Gulf War I, but not Gulf War II). But more significant is the UN's good work through the international agencies, contributing to economic development globally, such as UNICEF (the UN children's fund), UNCTAD (the UN's trade and development body), the World Health Organisation (which has helped stop many epidemics before they enter the US or Europe).
the First national government of the united states was the Articles of Confederation Actually the first National Government of the United States was the Second Continental… Congress which governed during the Revolutionary War. The Articles were the first written gov't of the US.
Articles of Confederation
Libya no longer has a military government so they can at least apply for membership of UN.
articles of confederation The first national government of the United States was the Articles of Confederation, which was the supreme law of the land from 1777-89.
washington, d.c.The national government of the United States is located inWashington DC.
The united states national government can be classified as Indirect Democracy.
The Articles of Confederation were simply an established "friendship" between States. As long as the "friendship" was still intact the States could maintain their nation, but …ultimately provided for a weak nation should any problems occur. The Articles of Confederation also left the Central government extremely weak compared to the State governments. The central gov't would try to regulate and make laws but they had no way/means of enforcing them upon the States. Basically the national government didn't have enough power. (You could say in lamest terms that the States were squabbling children who didn't listen to their parents.) Therefore the Framers of the Constitution (at the Philedalphia Convention) sought to unite the States AND create a government the States could all agree with and abide. Their goal was to balance the power of the State and National government so that the national government could enforce the law but not become too big or unlimited that the States didn't have any input.
I believe in Civil Rights!
it is powerfull government
i think yes
he was the person who controled every thing
The "United States of America" based on-the "Articles ofConfederation," and also connected with the Declaration ofIndependence, wherein we declared our problems with Britain, …andseparation from same...and insisted on the legitimate basis ofgovenment as the will of the people, not the prerogatives of aking...or arbitrary rule by a foreign power.
In the General Election of May 2015, The UK's government changedfrom being a Liberal Democrat/ Conservative coalition, to being aConservative majority government.