Policy brief on possible reforms of the UN-Security Council


Polemic Paper, 2018

9 Pages, Grade: 1,5

Tom Tanner (Author)


Abstract or Introduction

The United Nations Security council is a system with some deep implemented problems. Most important are the unproportionate representation of the United Nation’s members and the inequality of voting power of its permanent members. It is of every, but those five permanent members interest that these flaws are fixed. This paper elaborates three different approaches to do so for Austria.

First, the removal of the permanent member status or at least its right to veto resolutions. Second, the withdrawal from the United Nations while forming a new supranational organisation. And last, the option to bide for a better opportunity to implement one of the other policies and to avoid negative consequences. There are positive as well as negative consequences to each of those policies which are discussed separately. Secluding this policy brief will come to the conclusion that the formal proposal is the best option for Austria at the moment.

Details

Title
Policy brief on possible reforms of the UN-Security Council
College
University of Innsbruck  (Politikwissenschaft)
Course
Seminar---Internationale Beziehungen (Einführung)
Grade
1,5
Author
Year
2018
Pages
9
Catalog Number
V432452
ISBN (eBook)
9783668748569
ISBN (Book)
9783668748576
File size
454 KB
Language
English
Keywords
UNO, UNSC, reform, Austria;, internationale Beziehungen, international relations, policy brief, United nations
Quote paper
Tom Tanner (Author), 2018, Policy brief on possible reforms of the UN-Security Council, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/432452

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