Recent events in the evolution of international politics needs to be done of the reflections that can start a global regulatory interference by external parties, in the affairs of individual states. The prerequisite, but insufficient, and ‘made from the starting point of need’ to be respected fundamental human rights. The right to self-determination, power, education and also the manifestation of one’s thoughts should be insured automatically, ie should ‘be taken for granted in every single state system. Obviously not ‘so’, and often the abuse of the person, in general, without getting to considerations of sex, politics or sexual orientation or race, and ‘instead, and the one that’ regulated in the legislation, which operates the choke fundamental rights. From here you get to the physical suppression of offenders, and those who ‘, that’ the subject of the rule, the pitch and ‘short. Not for nothing that we are in a phase of history where some nations, which are subject to these laws, which are euphemistically called illiberal, are leading the front pages of their turmoil, their revolts, to free himself from these repressive laws and face a new phase of their lives. Now, to look at and the theme ‘this: there is a duty of the international membership organization in the first instance, and world powers, immediately after, to enter into the political inside of a single state, to rectify situations of blatant violation of rights fundamental rights of citizens of those same states? The question then extends to the shape and mode ‘of this possible action. It ‘impossible not to recall specific examples, that the current’ gives us: Libya, where the intervention, military, and ‘still in progress, Syria, where despite the sanctions, we are witnessing the massacre of civilians and helpless thus represents an example of the absence of intervention, Somalia, where an intervention takes place, however inadequate, of a humanitarian nature, but you leave the military option, which would be complementary to the successful sending of humanitarian aid. These cases are the most ‘glaring, but he who forbids us to think of China, Iran, North Korea, Belarus and many other cases, where state power is based on the denial of rights. It ‘clear that extending such’ so much the problem, which still exists, does not in practice, tackle the subject. Limiting ourselves to the three cases mentioned above, which are more topical ‘, we are faced with three school cases, where the presence of the violation provided by the premise, and’ was dealt with as many mode ‘. The direct consequence, and ‘the lack of uniformity’ of the response, and it ‘the core from which it follows, in an extreme simplification, the need’ to adapt in some ways, times and ways to intervene. Let us remember that we are in a regime of self-determination of states, then heater it at a higher level regulatory interference. The good is constituted by a universal recognition of this need, ‘but for the reasons above what’ and ‘impossible. How to get over the obstacle? The first step, and ‘a radical reform of the United Nations, which lies outside the instrument of the Security Council, to embrace a more’ broad division of responsibility ‘and operational decision-making, not’ the place to address this in a more ‘in-depth the issue However, it should be stressed the need ‘for greater financial autonomy of the United Nations and also the absolute Obligations’ availability of a’ can rely on its own armed force. Although the deep cultural and political differences that are present in the countries of the globe, the need ‘to ensure the fundamental rights in a stable manner must be the first UN mission and the great democratic powers, not only in terms of compliance with the law but also an investment in the near future of economic and trade arrangements to which the world meets. Overcoming the exploitation of one part of the world population is to open opportunities’ for growing markets, but especially for the stability ‘of the political world, which must rely more and more’ on shared values and common.