Delegates from 50 nations met in San Francisco to decide the establishment and organization of a new world organization. These 50 nations that declared war on Germany and Japan in the World War II, were soon to be united. To what extent this unification would be or with which powers the new organization be endowed were the vital questions of the participants of the San Francisco Conference.
The new world organization was to replace the “obsolete” League of Nations, and with its charter was to determine the future of international relations in the strenuous Post-WWII political-economic atmosphere. Delegates in San Francisco Conference, or with its formal name United Nations Conference on International Organization, will have the challenging task to form the basis of what we now have as the “United Nations,” to decide upon its powers and organization by writing its charter.
UNDER-SECRETARY-GENERAL: Egemen BUYUKKAYA
ACADEMIC ASSISTANT: Didem OZCAKIR