Farrall, Jeremy; Loiselle, Marie-Eve; Michaelson, Christopher; Prantl, Jochen; Whalan, Jeni
This article reassesses how members of the UN Security Council exercise influence over the Council's decision-making process, with particular focus on the ten elected members (the E10). A common understanding of Security Council dynamics accords predominance to the five permanent members (the P5), suggesting bleak prospects for the Council as a forum that promotes the voices and representation of the 188 non-permanent members. The assumption is that real power rests with the P5, while the E10...[Show more]
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