Did the right to conquest officially end in the late 1970s (even early 80s)?

Asked by: Adam2
  • It seems to be the case

    There are conflicting arguments, but I think with the UN resolution the right to conquest only ended in the 1970s, not the 1940s, which means that Britain and Denmark divided Germany for their own arrogant and selfish reasons. As we saw, Denmark mistreated Greenland for another 30 years after they won against the Germans in World War II.

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