The Security Council's Methods of Work: The Borderlines of Legality
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The first section outlines the Security Council’s rules of procedure (or lack thereof) and working methods. Examples are used to illustrate that the Council's methods of work have, paradoxically, become increasingly opaque at the same time as its direct involvement in international justice has escalated. The paper concludes by positing that a lack of procedural fairness in the Council’s methods of work at least undermines the justice imperative that the Council so espouses and at most violates an ancillary legal obligation.
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|Published - Jun 2015