Is Reforming the Security Council Possible?

Is Reforming the Security Council Possible?

An important characteristic of the United Nations is its ability to adapt to meet the needs of a changing world. As the world faces new challenges and states  strive to meet new demands, the United Nation provides fora for discussion, logistic support and expertise to...
Meet the Security Council

Meet the Security Council

On 1 January, the Security Council welcomed Bolivia, Ethiopia, Italy, Kazakhstan and Sweden into its ranks as non-Permanent Members. They replace Spain, Malaysia, New Zealand, Angola and Venezuela, whose terms ended in 2016. As 2017 begins, these new Members will be...

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