This study’s primary objective is to assess the current function of the United Nations in Asia. How exactly the United Nations maintains its peace and security can be answered by focusing on the organization’s actions in Afghanistan and Myanmar, particularly regarding the Afghan and Rohingya people. This paper explores the United Nations’ capacity to breach its conflict resolution and security endurance during the conflict, crises, and disputes that occurred during and after the second era of Taliban rule in Afghanistan. It also investigates the United Nations’ humanitarian role for the Rohingya people in Myanmar and Bangladesh. It asks whether this role is sufficient or merely an eye-washing initiative given that the United Nations has no other option to resolve this conflict. This assertion is backed up in the research by the use of two different case studies.