New Internationalist

Navigating Un Reform

December 1994

new internationalist
issue 262 - December 1994

Navigating UN reform.
This mission is a double page cartoon and is quite large (180k)
To view the full cartoon click here or on the image above...

Try to pilot your peacekeepers through the hazardous maze of city streets
full of snipers and booby traps to successful reform of the UN Security Council.

YOUR BRIEF
At present the Security Council has 15 members. Five of these - the US, Britain, France, Russia and China - have permanent membership and hold a veto. All other nations rotate, serving two-year terms. You must decide whether and how this system should change. But careful: you're reforming rather than abolishing the Council, so think about what is possible, not what is ideal.

This mission is a double page cartoon and is quite large (180k)
To view the full cartoon click here or on the image above...

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