United Nations Security Council Resolution 1390 (2002) on continuation of measures against the Taliban and Al-Qaida, 16th January 2002 (UN Doc S/RES/1390/2002)

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Abstract

The United Nations Security Council (‘UNSC’) expanding its power in imposing sanctions against individuals who are non-state actors. 2. The UNSC’s respect for human rights when it adopts sanctions targeted at members of the Al-Qaida organization and the Taliban, and other associated individuals, groups, undertakings, and entities.This headnote pertains to: United Nations Security Council Resolution 1390 (2002) on continuation of measures against the Taliban and Al-Qaida, an act of an international organization.
Original languageEnglish
Specialist publicationOUP Database Oxford International Organization
Publication statusPublished - 2018

Keywords

  • Terrorism
  • Economic sanctions
  • Collective security
  • International peace and security

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