During and after the war, the three mail allied nations met al several conferences:
- 1941 (Carta del Atlántico): they began to contemplate organization after WW2.
- 1943 (Teheran Conference): they decide military measures they should take to bring the war to quickly end (overload operation).
- 1945 (Yalta Conference):
- The Allied leaders agreed to eradicate the Nazi regime.
- Divide up Germany into four areas (for each country).
- 1945 (Potsdam Conference): after the end of the war, the winners decided on Germany’s punishment.
New International order
There is a new order after the war because of the circumstances:
- Japan and Germany were out of the important decisions. France and Italy were clearly inferior.
- The power was divided between United States and the USSR (their previous relation was broken).
- United Kingdom was important but not enough.
The United Nations organization (ONU)
Was created in San Francisco in 1945 with some goals:
- Maintain international peace and safety.
- To achieve international cooperation in economical, cultural o social issues.
- The protection of human rights without distinction as to race, sex, language or religion.
The United Nations is organized in: the General Assemby, the Security Council, the Secretary-General and the International Court of Justice.
The UNESCO, OIT, FMI or FAO are part of the United Nations as well.