Germany pushes Security Council changes

10/13/2010 | Deutsche Welle (Germany) · ForeignPolicy.com

Germany already has begun lobbying for large-scale change on the UN Security Council a day after it was selected as one of the body's new non-permanent members. The election on Tuesday of five new rotating members -- including India, South Africa, Colombia and Portugal -- could result in a larger, more inclusive council, as well as pose challenges to U.S. emphasis on sanctions and human rights.

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