​Reforming the UN: Need and India's Stance

The United Nations, a cornerstone of global governance, faces pressing challenges requiring significant reforms. These reforms, spanning from addressing power imbalances to enhancing financial stability and inclusivity, are crucial for ensuring the UN's effectiveness in tackling contemporary global issues.

Need for Reforms

  • P5 and Power Imbalance: The presence of five permanent members with veto power, established post-World War II, no longer reflects current global power dynamics. Reform efforts to address this imbalance, including proposals to limit or reform veto power, have yet to materialize.
  • Representation and Inclusivity: Decision-making bodies within the UN lack adequate representation, particularly for countries from Africa and ....
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