The United Nations Security Council was established in 1945 along with the founding of the United Nations itself following the end of the second world war. Hence, the Security Council acts as one of the six principal organs of the UN. This committee is responsible for the precautionary role of responding to international crises and maintaining international peace. In response to such crises, the Council can mandate decisive actions such as peace talks, mediations, negotiations, and meetings. Additionally, according to Chapter VII of the UN Charter, the Council can approve the use of force if there is no other way to maintain international peace. The Security Council can also deploy UN peacekeeping operations and impose sanctions on states. Only the UNSC has this power.