Under the UN Charter, the UN Security Council is endowed with unique, legally binding powers that no other international institution can approximate.
How has the Council’s practice evolved since the end of the cold war?
In the 79th GRIPS Forum (organized by the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies), UNU Rector David Malone will discuss salient new features in Council decision-making, new factors that are driving Council decision-making, and new institutional developments in the Council’s life (including pressure for reform of the Council’s composition.
This event is open to the public, but advance registration is required. Simultaneous interpretation will be available (Japanese/English).
For registration and inquiries, please contact: Ms. Iso (email@example.com, 03-6439-6037).
For more information, see the event information on the GRIPS website.
Sokairo Hall, 1st Floor