India Must adopt positions at The United Nations Security Council

The United Nations Security Council(UNSC) is one of the six principal organs of the United Nations, charged with ensuring international peace and security. India is currently elected as Non-Permanent Members.
At present in the situation of crisis, it doesn’t maintain its role. There are lots of problems in this organization that stop progressive growth. Such problems are:-

At present in the situation of crisis, it doesn’t maintain its role. There are lots of problems in this organization that stop progressive growth. Such problems are:-

  1.  The substantive Veto power of Permanent Member.
  2. It is a multi regionalism organization but mostly focuses on Regionalism by P-5 members.
  3. Not Sustainable Representation of each continent.
  4. Old Principle of working.
  5. Monopoly in decision-making subject.
  6. Not-ability to Implement any decision of the United Nations Security Council(UNSC) to every country.
  7. Less Value Respect of other countries.

Although India elected as a Non-Permanent member for 2 Years to make it a better-known organization. The India agenda of multilateralism policy may bring new life in this organization.

What Challenges Faces by India:-

  • China may boycott India’s decision.
  • The permanent member may don’t want to settle India with its policies.
  • Rising polarization between the major power.
  • America’s first doctrine.

India approach In the United Nations Security Council(UNSC)

  1. The solution must be made in the area of terrorism.
  2. India should know the problems of non-members of the United Nations Security Council(UNSC), take its agenda to solve.
  3. Create a multi-Polar world.
  4. Protect the World Trade Organization(WTO), the World Health Organization, The United Nations from American, China, and other power full country where they try to undermine their power and their existence.
  5. Environmental issues must strictly solve.
  6. India sought the support of member countries by highlighting its commitment to Multilateralism and reforms.
  7. India should participate and play its role as a  leader to update the structure of The United Nations Security Council according to the needs of the 21st century.
  8. India must raise its voice on the basis of weaker nations because most regions suffering from backwardness, crisis, and under-development.
  9. Every member country of The United Nations Security Council should have the right to vote despite veto powers.
  10. India could play its key role in The United Nations Security Council’s objectives of international peace and security.