UN Documents for Authorisations to Use Force: Security Council Resolutions

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23 December 2006 S/RES/1737 This resolution banned trade with Iran of certain nuclear proliferation-sensitive items, imposed an asset freeze on a list of persons and entities involved in proliferation-sensitive activities and established a Sanctions Committee.
6 December 2006 S/RES/1725 This resolution authorised Intergovernmental Authority on Development Peace Support Mission to Somalia (IGASOM).
1 November 2006 S/RES/1721 This resolution prolonged by one year the transitional period in Côte d'Ivoire and reinforced the powers of the prime minister.
14 October 2006 S/RES/1718 This resolution expressed grave concern over North Korea's nuclear test, imposed sanctions and set up a sanctions committee.
25 August 2006 S/RES/1704 This resolution established UNMIT, comprising 1,608 police and 34 military liaison officers.
11 August 2006 S/RES/1701 This resolution expanded UNIFIL by 15,000 troops and expanded its mandate.
31 July 2006 S/RES/1698 This resolution extended sanctions to individuals recruiting or targeting children in situations of armed conflict, expressed the intention to consider measures over natural resources, and renewed the sanctions regime and the mandate of the Group of Experts until 31 July 2007.
31 July 2006 S/RES/1696 This resolution demanded that Iran implement steps required by the IAEA to reestablish confidence in the peaceful nature of its nuclear programme and, in this context, suspend uranium enrichment activities.
15 July 2006 S/RES/1695 This resolution condemned North Korea's launch of ballistic missiles and imposed sanctions.
16 June 2006 S/RES/1688 This resolution requested the Secretary-General to assist in the transfer of former Liberian President Charles Taylor to the Special Court's special outpost in the Netherlands.
17 May 2006 S/RES/1680 This resolution strongly encouraged Syria to respond positively to the request made by the government of Lebanon to delineate their common border.
16 May 2006 S/RES/1679 This resolution was adopted under Chapter VII, setting new deadlines for the assessment mission and threatening sanctions.
25 April 2006 S/RES/1671 This resolution authorised the deployment of EU forces in the Democratic Republic of the Congo for the elections.
24 March 2006 S/RES/1663 This resolution urged UNMIS to make use of its mandate and capabilities against the Ugandan rebel group LRA, specifying that the 1653 report should include recommendations on dealing with the LRA and be issued by 24 April.
21 December 2005 S/RES/1649 This resolution strengthened sanctions in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.