Pandora's Box: Reviewing the Composition of the UN Security Council in the Light of British and French Experience 1945–1963

in Nordic Journal of International Law
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Abstract

This article aims to throw a light on the problems relating to the proposed enlargement of the composition of the UN Security Council at present by studying the creation of four non-permanent seats in the Security Council in 1963 from the British and the French perspectives. The examination is based on the author's research of original documents in the archives of the British and French foreign ministries and upon information provided to the author by British, French and Finnish diplomats. The author concludes that, as between 1946 and 1963, British and French short term interests are still best served by maintaining the status quo in the Security Council. However, in a long term perspective it is not clear where the interests of these two States lie.

Nordic Journal of International Law

Acta scandinavica juris gentium

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