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India and United Nations Reform (2005-2006): an Insightful Interplay between International Relations and International Law

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This chapter examines the following questions: (i) what has been India's position on various reform issues?, (ii) What are the reasons for forwarding these proposals and what have been the challenges and prospects in their implementation? (iii) Which strategies has India employed and what has been its public relations campaign to achieve the stated objectives of its proposals?, (iv) Which proposals India should have made but has not made and why. This chapter has been written with an earnest appeal that it inspires like-minded scholars and academicians to pursue further research on this topic with a view to see how true ideals of international law have been reflected in the reform proposals of countries like India. It focuses on India's role in the current reform exercise of the United Nations (UN) and how Indian proposals aim to contribute, through these proposals, to the progressive development of international law.

Keywords:Indian proposals; international law; United Nations (UN)



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