In an unprecedented move, members of The United Nations have provided written suggestions with respect to the structure of the UN Security Council, a group of 15 countries in charge of identifying threats to peace and determining the appropriate course of action.
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Recently, India has brought up concerns that many nations, including themselves and countries within Africa, are not being fairly represented. So, it got us wondering, how does the UN Security Council work and why are so many countries upset with the way it's run?
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