The General Assembly is the world's forum for discussing matters affecting world peace and security, and for making recommendations concerning them
The Security Council is the primary instrument for establishing and maintaining international peace. Its main purpose is to prevent war by settling disputes between nations.
UN General Assembly has no power to enforce decisions.
UN Security Council has the power to make decisions which member governments must carry out under the United Nations Charter.
The Security Council has 15 members. There are five permanent members: the United States, the Russian Federation, Britain, France, and China; and ten temporary members elected by the General Assembly for two-year terms, from five different regions of the world.
The General Assembly is composed of the 51 original member nations and those admitted since, totaling 191.
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