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UN Reforms
2005-6-13 10:06:04     
People in Know talks to an official, a diplomat, a journalist and a scholar for their insights about UN reforms.
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UN reforms C always an issue involving many concerns:
Wu: "The development problem should be listed as the first priority."
Akram: "Every state should be eligible to seek membership of the Security Council."

And always involving real or tactical compromises.
"The fact that they drop that demand is a kind of non-event."
Williams: "None of the major issues have been rejected."
How do we understand China's latest position paper on UN reforms?
Why did China say no a four-nation plan on Security Council enlargement. 

What are the difficulties in reforming the UN?
And how would the UN proceed with what it calls a bold and feasible plan?
People in Know talks to an official, a diplomat, a journalist and a scholar for their insights.

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