Introduction 1. The Powers of the United Nations Security Council and Resistance to its Resolutions 2. UN Charter as a Constitution and the Notion of Constitutional Resistance 3. South African Resistance to the Demands that it Abandon Apartheid and Withdraw from Namibia 4. Iraq's Resistance to Economic Sanctions, with Focus on its Opposition to the Implementation of Humanitarian Exemptions 5. Bosnia and Herzegovina's Noncompliance with the Arms Embargo 6. Libya's Noncompliance with Determinations for the Surrender of Suspects and Payment of Compensation 7. Iran's Noncompliance with Demands that it Suspend Nuclear Activities and Comply with the Protocol Additional to the Safeguards Agreement 8. Targeted Sanctions on Individuals Suspected of Terrorism 9. Critique of Prevalent Theories 10. Resisting the UNSC Resolutions Conclusion
Sufyan Droubi holds a doctorate in international law from the University of Essex, UK (2013) and a Master's degree in social relations law from the Pontifical Catholic University of Sao Paulo (2004). His main areas of interest are public international law and international human rights.