51 agreements such as the US Defence Pact are therefore not a collective security agreement, as it functions as a one-way street. Article 5 of the agreement states that each party recognizes that an armed attack on either side in the territories administered by Japan would be dangerous for its own peace and security and states that it would act to deal with the common danger in accordance with its constitutional rules and procedures. Any armed attack and any resulting action are immediately notified to the United Nations Security Council, in accordance with Article 51 of the Charter. These measures will end once the Security Council has taken the necessary steps to restore and maintain international peace and security. Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security between Japan and the United States of America, January 19, 1960, 11 U.S.T. 1632.As this provision shows that this agreement limits protection to the territory of Japan. In other words, if the United States were to suffer an armed attack on its own territory or against its forces deployed outside Japan, that treaty would not compel Japan to consider such an attack on the United States as an attack on Japan. Id. 48Thomas Weiss et al., The United Nations and Changing World Politics 26-27 (Westview Press 2001) (Underlying collective security is a single assumption: “All states would join forces to prevent one of their number from using coercion to gain. Under such a system, no government could conquer another government or otherwise disrupt peace for fear of reprisals from all other governments.
An attack on one would be treated as an attack on everyone. »). In accordance with Article 9 of the Main Society`s CHARTE, a regular political consultation mechanism is put in place in the format of the organisation, in which the assessment of the situation in the area of CSE`s jurisdiction will be discussed, common positions will be developed and common approaches will be sought on current issues on the international agenda. , and joint declarations will be coordinated. The external policy coordination mechanism has been put in place. Its normative basis is the provision adopted on 19 November 2003 on the procedure for the operation of the mechanism for coordinating the external activities of CSE Member States. In 2016, the Yerevan Collective Security Council adopted, by 2025, the collective security strategy of the Organization for Collective Security, which highlighted the concept of further enhancing the overall potential of the CSTO to become one of the effective instruments of international policy to ensure peace and security in the vast Eurasian region. , in close cooperation and dialogue with all partners who share the objectives and principles of our organization. 71 Paul Schroeder, is the Viennese colony based on a balance of power?, 97 Am. Hist. Rev.
683, 694 (1992) (declares that the relative peace that prevailed in Europe in the decades following the Napoleonic wars was “due to mutual consensus on norms and rules, respect for the law and a general balance between the various actors with regard to rights. , Security, status, pretensions, duties and powers”).