Pros And Cons Of The Security Council Reform

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Security Council reform has been one of the major agendas of the United Nations. Representatives from various countries acted out so as to provide an equal environment for both developed and developing nations, which always brought about controversy. The Security Council had a reform in the past, which only increased the membership of non permanent nations. Nevertheless, there haven’t been much progress regarding major factors when it comes to Security Council, such as but not limited to veto power, regional representation etc.
This thesis tries to address the Security Council’s current issues regarding the reformation as well as various models that have been suggested. Especially, it tries to compare and contrast the former models
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Experts and these models pretty much suggest that veto power reformation is necessary at some level. However, the compensation between what is ideal and what is unnecessary should be considered beforehand when it comes to suggesting a new model.
If you can see from the tables above, suggested models vary in the question of veto, seats, and other factors as well. (Since the top 2 factors are considered as the major conflicting viewpoints of why those models have failed to pass, the tables only show clashing points to see their difference much clearly.) V. Summary and Discussion
The first thing that should be discussed when it comes to suggesting a new Security Council reform is regarding the seats for the member countries: how should it be distributed and how should it be divided into permanent and
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Shared growth is a core theme of the 21st century where more and more countries become dependent upon other nations. It has become an international community where people harmonize within the pool. Developing nations and developed nations strive for coexistence, but they still conflict on the idea of how to actualize such dream goal. There have been many suggestions regarding the shared growth of developing and developed nations. Nevertheless, it has become useless due to unrealistic solutions or strength of developed nations trying to suppress the developing nations. Thus what this thesis is trying to emphasize is that the initiation should start from the United Nations itself since it holds the world. Then why specifically the United Nations Security Council should be the starting point, readers might
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