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The talk of India being admitted into UN high table in near future is gaining momentum due to text based negotiation circular issued by the UN Headquarters recently. But it has many pitfalls. Thus, India needs to recast its strategy while looking for a permanent seat at the UN Security Council. The more India will press hard for it, this will enhance the bargaining capacity of others to push India back and extract their benefits. Big powers always do that to stay afloat and safeguard their interests. These days all the so-called P5 members are facing acute crisis both financially and politically. India, MINT economies and others are rising at the moment. Thus, the situation demands for more accommodation.
The issue of UNSC seat should not be very top priority for Indian leaders since it can attract unwanted attention about India’s possible interests and weakness.
The UN, the one we know in its present form, is totally losing its relevance for all practical purposes. The UN, it appears, is just a body to authorize the wrong doings of P-5.
The big 5 have always let down the world body and used the farcical and dictatorial veto power to promote their own ambitions.
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