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This work is undertaken to examine the imperatives for the
United Nations reform, which had not been accorded serious
attention it deserves since its inception over sixty years ago. It
focuses on the reform of the Security Council which is the most
strategic organ of the U.N. It further examines the need for an
urgent reform of the Council in particular, to correct the injustices of
the past and make the world body truly democratic and
representative in the current global realities.
The work exhaustively analyze the suitability of more
countries representing “the marginalized continents” such as Latin
America, Asia and most importantly Africa, in the United Nations
Security Council – considering their appreciable contributions
towards the achievement of the goals of the world body.
Nigeria’s suitability to represent Africa in the reformed council
with other qualified member states from Latin America, Asia and
even Europe was adequately articulated with the hope that current
members would accept the reform.
1.1 Background to the Study:
The United Nations was established in 1945 “to save
succeeding generations from the scourge of war,” the
United Nations is unquestionably the most sophisticated
diplomatic machinery ever created for the promotion and
management of international peace and security. The United
Nations emerged after the catastrophy of the Second World
In order to ensure prompt and effective action by the
United Nations, its founding fathers, under Article 24 of the
U.N Charter, assi
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