United Nations Security Council Is Beyond Reform From The Perspective Of Small Nation States

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In the analysis of the theories that will be used in analyzing whether the United Nations Security Council is beyond reform from the perspective of Small nation states. It is observed firstly that International relations theory do in fact points out several positions of disagreement that in fact questions either the capacity of international organizations to impact changes in the international system, or their ability to facilitate anything else but the interests of their most powerful members. Thus at the centre of this contention is the realist theory, which states that despite claims of common interests and cooperation, the way international organizations functions reflects the power differences between states. In other words, this means that the interests of powerful states directly influences the actions of international institutions, which become less of a stage for multilateral cooperation than the so called “clubs of the privileged”, where small nation states surrender to the rules of the more powerful states . Questionably, though is the vibrant “club of the privileged” or otherwise called the Permanent Members (P5) which is especially evident base on the structure of the UNSC and the United Nations Charter. Which clearly composes that of a privilege body of the most powerful states, comprising that of the Permanent P5 Members. In actuality, based on literatures other scholars would endorse this, and given also that the UNSC more or less resembles a

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