>>>UN is not perfect for a simple reason: Decisions made by a group of different countries will never satisfied ALL the countries involved, quite obvious.<<<
The concern isn't that the U.N. isn't perfect, rather, that it is ineffective. Not in everything it does, but in crucial areas such as enforcing disarmament in member states that have agreed to disarm.
>>>So to those anti-UN, a simple question....if there's no need of the UN, WHO will set the rules on the international scene?<<<
Excellant statement. There is the need for the U.N. But only if it has the will to enforce the rules it sets. Otherwise it is just a hollow mouthpiece, sort of a League of Nations. Should the U.N. become irrelevant, it will be by its own hand.
>>>Rules are important if there's a power behind, but power without rules is a terrible return in the past.<<<
Right, but as said above, you can set the rules and have power to enforce them. But without the will to use the power, the rules and power mean nothing.
You're only as good as your last departure.