Annex VII: Alphabetical list of the authors of academic and civil society proposals

In: Key Documents on the Reform of the UN Security Council 1991-2019
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Butler, Richard, Reform of the United Nations Security Council, 2012, → 5.5.4.

Canadian Committee for the Fiftieth Anniversary of the United Nations, Canadian Priorities for United Nations, June 1994, → 3.5.10.

Clark, Grenville & Sohn, Louis B., World Peace Through World Law, 1958, → 2.7.

Commission on Global Governance, Our Global Neighbourhood, 1995, → 3.5.11.

Commission to Study the Organization of Peace, Strengthening the United Nations: Tenth Report of the Commission and Reports of the Special Study Committees, 1957, → 2.6.

Commission to Study the Organization of Peace, The United Nations: The Next Twenty-Five Years, Twentieth Report of the Commission to Study the Organization of Peace, 1970, → 2.13.

Commission to Study the Organization of Peace, Modernizing the Security Council: Special Report, 1974 → 2.15.

Derviş, Kemal, A Better Globalization: Legitimacy, Governance and Reform, Center for Global Development, 2005, → 4.5.6.

Dore, Ronald, The Restructuring and Strengthening of the UN: A Survey of the Issues, 1997, → 3.5.17.

The Elders, Strengthening the United Nations, 7 February 2015, → 5.5.7.

Elect The Council, Towards a legitimate and effective UN Security Council, 17 March 2015, → 5.5.8.

Elect The Council, Avoiding Crisis: Towards a legitimate and effective UN Security Council, 3 October 2017, → 5.5.9.

Fassbender, Bardo, UN Security Council Reform and the Right of Veto: A Constitutional Perspective, 1998, → 3.5.19.

Fisas, Vicenç, Blue Geopolitics, The United Nations Reform and the Future of the Blue Helmets, 1995, → 3.5.14.

Halliday, Denis, The United Nation’s Role in Peace and War, 1 December 2009, → 5.5.1.

Hartwig, Richard, Squaring the Circle: A Regional/Economic Proposal for Reform of the United Nations Security Council, May 2008, → 4.5.14.

Hindell, Keith, The UN Security Council I: filling the gaps, December 1990, → 3.5.1.

Hoffmann, Walter & Ariyoruk, Ayca, Special Paper No. 4: Security Council Reform Models: Models A and B, Italian (Regional) Proposal, Blue and Green Models and A New Model C, May 2005, → 4.5.8.

Hoffmann, Walter, A Competing Model: A Security Council with 20 members, 1 February 2006, → 4.5.9.

Hoffmann, Walter, Model Duo: Could ‘Dual Seating’ Break the Deadlock on Security Council Reform?, 19 April 2006, → 4.5.10.

Independent Working Group on the Future of the United Nations, The United Nations in its Second Half-Century, 1995, → 3.5.12.

International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty, Report “The Responsibility to Protect”, December 2001, → 4.5.4.

International Peace Academy & The Stanley Foundation, Reform of the Security Council: Memorandum Submitted to the President of the UN General Assembly, 20 May 1994, → 3.5.8.

Kelly, Michael J., U.N. Security Council Permanent Membership: A New Proposal for a Twenty-First Century Council, 2000, → 4.5.3.

Khanna, Parag, One More Seat at the Table, 6 December 2003, → 4.5.5.

Kunugi, Tatsuro/Iokibe, Makoto/Shinyo, Takahiro & Hashimoto, Kohei, Towards a More Effective UN: Research Project on a More Effective United Nations And Japan’s Options, 1996, → 3.5.15.

Köchler, Hans, The Voting Procedure in the United Nations Security Council, 1991, → 3.5.2.

Köchler, Hans, Security Council Reform: A Requirement of International Democracy, 8 June 2007, → 4.5.11.

Lall, Arthur, The Security Council in a Universal United Nations, November 1971, → 2.13.

Mahbubani, Kishore, The Great Convergence: Asia, the West, and the Logic of One World, 2013, → 5.5.5.

Matanle, Emma, The UN Security Council: Prospects for Reform, 1995, → 3.5.13.

Missiroli, Antonio, The UN Security Council Needs Fewer Europeans and More Europe, April 2005, → 4.5.7.

Müller, Harald, Building a New World Order: Sustainable Policies for the Future, → 4.5.12.

Newcombe, Hanna, Design For a Better World, 1983, → 2.20.

O’Brien, Terence, Electoral Group Reconfiguration and Present Day Realities, 1999, → 4.5.1.

Ogunnoiki, Adeleke Olumide, Reforming the United Nations in the 21st Century: A Discourse on the Enlargement, Democratisation and the Working Methods of the Security Council, June 2018, → 5.5.10.

Otunnu, Olara A., Statement at a Conference organised by the Global Policy Forum and the NGO Network on Global Governance, 23 May 1994, → 3.5.9.

Paul, James & Nahory, Céline, “To contribute to the maintenance of international peace and security …”: The Case for Democratic Reform of the Security Council, May 2008, → 4.5.13.

Russett, Bruce/O’Neill, Barry & Sutterlin, James, Breaking the Security Council Restructuring Logjam, 1996, → 3.5.16.

Schwartzberg, Joseph E., Transforming the United Nations system: Designs for a workable world, 2013, → 5.5.3.

Sellen, Keith L., The United Nations Security Council Veto in the New World Order, 1992, → 3.5.1.

Simon, Joan Marc, An EU Seat in the Security Council as a First Step towards a Democratic Organisation of World Security, 14 June 2011, → 5.5.2.

Sohn, Louis B., Modernizing the Structure and Procedure of the Security Council, 1993, → 3.5.5.

Stassen, Harold, The Stassen 1987 Draft Charter For a Better United Nations Organization, 1987, → 2.21.

United Nations Development Programme, Human Development Report, 1994, → 3.5.6.

Vreeland, James Raymond & Dreher, Axel, The Political Economy of the United Nations Security Council: Money and Influence, 2014, → 5.5.6.

Wallensteen, Peter, Representing the World: A Security Council for the 21st Century, 1 March 1994, → 3.5.7.

Wilenski, Peter, Address on UN Reform to the United Nations Association of Australia, October 1991, → 2.22.