Redesigning the United Nations, 1 Singapore Journal of International & Comparative Law 1 (1997)
This article examines the case for United Nations reform, assessed from the perspectives of what the author terms "design principles": instruments used to appraise organizational performance and to contemplate alternatives. Applied to the constitutional climate of the United Nations today, the article examines, inter alia, the contemporary issues surrounding the expansion of permanent membership in the Security Council and the assessment of the General Assembly's continuing vitality.
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Reisman, W. Michael, "Redesigning the United Nations" (1997). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 972.