Bringing the Security Council into a New Era

Bringing the Security Council into a New Era I. The Background: Previous Reform Approaches 1. 1945-1965 2. 1965-1992 3. Conclusions: Pragmatic Attitudes towards Council Membership II. The Present Discussion: Moving Closer to Reform 1. 1993-1994: First Trends. Brainstorming 2. 1994-1995: Positioning. First Frictions 3. 1995-1996: Crystallization and Concretization III. The Council's Transparency and Working Methods 1. General Transparency: Information for Member States 2. Individual Transparency: Participation by Affected Member States 3. Collective Transparency: Cooperation with Groups of Member States 4. Cooperation between the Council and other Bodies, particularly the Assembly 5. Conclusions: Balancing and Implementing Transparency-Related Measures IV. Composition and Size of the Council 1. Status Quo Solutions: The "Zero" Models 2. Parallel Enlargement Solutions: The "Plus" Models 3. Modified Parallel Enlargement Solutions: The "Region" Models 4. Mixed Solutions and Models 5. Pros and Cons 6. Conclusions: Main Trends and Key Elements V Decision-Making in the Security Council, Including the Veto 1. Quora for "Positive" Council Action: "Action Threshold" 2. Casting of "Negative" Votes: Scope and Extension of the Veto 3. Premises Regarding Changes in the Scope and Extension of the Right of Veto VI. Amendments to the Charter: Procedural Aspects VII. Review of the Charter VIII. Time-Scale and "Package" Approach IX. Conclusions The United Nations http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law Online Brill

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Martinus Nijhoff
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Copyright 1997 by Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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1389-4633
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1875-7413
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10.1163/187574197X00047
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I. The Background: Previous Reform Approaches 1. 1945-1965 2. 1965-1992 3. Conclusions: Pragmatic Attitudes towards Council Membership II. The Present Discussion: Moving Closer to Reform 1. 1993-1994: First Trends. Brainstorming 2. 1994-1995: Positioning. First Frictions 3. 1995-1996: Crystallization and Concretization III. The Council's Transparency and Working Methods 1. General Transparency: Information for Member States 2. Individual Transparency: Participation by Affected Member States 3. Collective Transparency: Cooperation with Groups of Member States 4. Cooperation between the Council and other Bodies, particularly the Assembly 5. Conclusions: Balancing and Implementing Transparency-Related Measures IV. Composition and Size of the Council 1. Status Quo Solutions: The "Zero" Models 2. Parallel Enlargement Solutions: The "Plus" Models 3. Modified Parallel Enlargement Solutions: The "Region" Models 4. Mixed Solutions and Models 5. Pros and Cons 6. Conclusions: Main Trends and Key Elements V Decision-Making in the Security Council, Including the Veto 1. Quora for "Positive" Council Action: "Action Threshold" 2. Casting of "Negative" Votes: Scope and Extension of the Veto 3. Premises Regarding Changes in the Scope and Extension of the Right of Veto VI. Amendments to the Charter: Procedural Aspects VII. Review of the Charter VIII. Time-Scale and "Package" Approach IX. Conclusions The United Nations

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Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law OnlineBrill

Published: Jan 1, 1997

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