United Nations Reform

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By the early 2010s, it became clear that the United Nations had to reform. The G4 Nations were demanding places, and so, on January 1st 2015, two new members were admitted into the Security Council by popular vote. Germany and Japan were forced to wait for a new resolution as Brazil and India became permanent members of the Security Council.


United Nations in 2015

UNSC 20 system

Permanent Members of the UN Security Council

  • United States of America
  • United Kingdom
  • France
  • Russian Federation
  • People's Republic of China
  • India
  • Brazil

Elected Non Permanent Members

  • 4 from Africa
  • 1 from North America and the Caribbean
  • 1 from South America
  • 3 from Europe
  • 3 from Western Asia
  • 1 from Asia-Pacific


Reformed United Nations in 2045.

UNSC 2040

The Security Council as of 2070, showing permanent members in blue and currently elected members in green.

The UN Security Council is now made up of 28 members, after the London Agreement in 2042.

Permanent Eleven Security Council.

  • United States of America
  • United Kingdom
  • France
  • Germany
  • Russian Federation
  • Republic of China
  • India
  • Brazil
  • Japan
  • Mexico
  • Indonesia

Non Permanent Security Council

  • 1 from North America and the Caribbean
  • 1 from South America
  • 1 from Western Europe
  • 1 from Eastern Europe
  • 1 from North Africa
  • 2 from South Africa
  • 2 from the Middle East
  • 3 from Asia
  • 1 from Oceania

Non Permanent Security Council in 2045.

  • 1 from North America and the Caribbean: Nicaragua
  • 2 from South America: Chile and Colombia
  • 1 from Western Europe: Spain
  • 2 from Eastern Europe: Ukraine and Greece
  • 2 from North Africa: Algeria and Liberia
  • 2 from South Africa: Kenya and South Africa
  • 2 from the Middle East: Egypt and Saudi Arabia
  • 2 from Western Asia: Kazakhstan and Afghanistan
  • 2 from Eastern Asia: Philipines and Thailand
  • 1 from Oceania: New Zealand

New Features of the United Nations

  • The Veto Power has been removed from the permanent Security Council, and the entire council of 24 must hold a vote. If the majority of the UNSC approve the resolution, it will be carried out, and if the majority oppose it, the resolution is binned. If it comes to deadlock, the Permanent Security Council will decide.
  • The position of General Secretary of the United Nations is voted into office by a popular vote from around the world. Each country cannot vote for an official from their own country.
  • The UN headquarters is moved from New York City to Auckland, New Zealand.

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