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25. Claude, note 23 above. 26. Caron, note 2 above, p. 556. 27. Karen Mingst deﬁnes legitimacy as ‘‘the moral and legal right to rule, which is based on law, custom, heredity, or the consent of the governed’’. See glossary in Mingst, note 10 above, p. 269. 28. Caron, note 2 above, p. 558, note 24. 29. Ian Hurd, ‘‘Legitimacy, Power, and the Symbolic Life of the Security Council’’, paper presented to the 1999 ISA Conference (updated May 2000), p. 3. 30. Caron, note 2 above, p. 554. 31. Authority is the power or right to enforce obedience irrespective of the goodwill of those who are subjugated to the authority.
The European Union has developed into a major economic powerhouse. Some states have acquired nuclear power capability (Israel, India, Pakistan). Others seem to be on the verge of doing so. These new balances of relations between and within continents cannot be ignored when discussing the possible recomposition of the UNSC. Improve the democratic character of the Council. This means reducing e´litist claims and positions of privilege over time, and raises questions about the need for the veto power within the Council.
Caron, note 2 above, p. 553. 18. See Erskine Childers, ‘‘Gulf Crisis Lessons for the UN’’, Bulletin of Peace Proposals 129 (1992); Peter J. Fromuth, ‘‘The Making of a Security Community: The United Nations after the Cold War’’, Journal of International Affairs 341 (1993), p. 363. 19. Badi M. Ali, ‘‘White House Plays the Libya Card’’, New York Times, 5 May 1992, p. A18. 20. See W. Andy Knight and Kassu Gebremariam, ‘‘UN Intervention and Peacebuilding in Somalia: Constraints and Possibilities’’, in W.