With regards to points 5 and 6: Since intervening in a civil war is in violation of that state's sovereignty, the UN should have no right to intervene. The Philip Pines propose the following ideals to be met by the United Nations (we will not discuss the structure here): The sole duty of the United Nations shall be to preserve the sovereignty of recognized independent states. The definition of a state's sovereign territory is land that is rightfully within their actual borders not any land to be claimed in the future (i.e. sphere of influence). The UN can only intervene if a state's sovereignty is violated and can use the following tools: 1. economic sanctions 2. expeditionary force (to expel an invader) 3. peacekeepers (to prevent war between states) The tool used should be proportional to the event. Any event within a state's borders, even if it is genocide or rebellion, is outside the purview of the United Nations.