Farrall, Jeremy; Michaelsen, Christopher
There is perhaps no area of Security Council activity where the collective fingerprints of non-permanent members are more evident than that of sanctions
reform. Non-permanent members have been at the vanguard of practically all
major efforts to refine and improve the Council’s decision-making surrounding the application, administration, and implementation of sanctions under
Article 41 of the UN Charter.1 Indeed, non-permanent member contributions
have been particularly noticeable at...[Show more]
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