Time for India to sit at UN’s top table
Member states should pressurise the P5 to voluntarily suspend their veto during voting for the expansion of the UNSC.
The UN Security Council (UNSC) is not fit for purpose. How many times over the past 73 years since it was established has the UNSC served only the policies of its five Permanent members, leaving other equally worthy nations frustrated? History is littered with examples of crucial decisions being vetoed or delayed at the whim of one of the five, usually to serve its self-interest.