This chapter examines various issues that have arisen in connection with various proposals to reform the UN Security Council, along with their impact on the Council’s procedures. It begins by considering the proposal to increase Council membership to make it more representative of the contemporary world. It then discusses suggestions to reform the Council’s working methods and transparency and argues that the Council can be made more effective by enhancing its relationship with the United Nations’s Member States.
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