Sweden's voice in the Security Council - a voice in the world

Of: Sana Pirot

When Sweden was elected to the UN Security Council for the fourth time, the joy was great. A small country like Sweden would take a place in the world's highest decision-making body in 2017–2018 as a non-permanent state. Sweden has received much attention for its involvement in the Security Council, and UN Secretary-General António Guterres has emphasized that Sweden is an important […]

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October 10, 2018, Chronicle

Sweden should take responsibility for the veto issue in the UN Security Council

Of: Magnus lundström and Vendela Runold

The idea of ​​the right of veto in the UN Security Council was to protect the sovereignty of the great powers, but today the veto is often used instead of self-interest and political play. Sweden must work for a change of attitude in the veto issue, write Vendela Runold and Magnus Lundström from the Stop Illegitimate Vetoes campaign.

October 23, 2017, Debate