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The international law which regulates the formation, functioning, and legal capacity of international organizations, and also the international law in the United Nations system, is always relevant and subject to progressive development because international relations are in constant dynamics. Each newly created state has one major foreign policy goal during its first years of formation or after obtaining independence – admission to the membership of the United Nations. That is because the decision of admission to the membership of the UN guarantees the country’s statehood which can no longer be questioned. The country becomes part of a global community of nations – the international community. Therefore, the present paper is qualitative research regarding the admission of new states to the international community and the decision-making process concerning the admission of new Member States to the UN.
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