Iffat Ara Haider, Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP)
The situation in Ukraine has been a matter of concern for the international community since January 2014 and remains a central focus of legal and political scientists. The United Nations (UN) Security Council appeared to be unable not only to settle the conflict but also to take any feasible measures for its settlement. As a result, a range of regional organizations became involved in the crisis. This thesis examines the legal perspectives of the activity of the UN and regional organizations which aimed to prevent, detain and settle the conflict in Ukraine. It also determines the specifics of methods used by each organization, assesses the efficacy of their activity and develops proposals for enhancement of their effectiveness.
Keywords: United Nation, Russia, Ukraine, war, veto power, general assembly, security council, p-5 etc.