Some of the research issues which the book aims to cover are:
- Reforms at United Nations-General and Specific Comments.
- Expansion of Security Council.
- Veto Powers and World Politics.
- United Nations, Wars and Human Rights Violations.
- Specific Chamber of General Assembly (Senate).
- Appraisals and Criticisms of United Nations.
- Small States and the Rise of World Diplomacy.
- Climate Change, Migration and United Nations.
- Africa, Sub Sahara, and United Nations.
- Asia and United Nations.
- Middle East and United Nations.
- Caribbeans and United Nations.
- Supranational Institutions and United Nations.
- West and United Nations.
- Global South and United Nations.
These themes are indicative only. Any work related to the scope of the book would be considered.
Abstract Submission Guidelines
Interested scholars from around the globe are invited to submit an abstract/proposed book
chapter outline in no longer than 350 words by 10th April 2022 to [email protected]
(please use “Call for Book Chapters – Reforms at United Nations” as the subject line of your
e-mail) for double blind peer review).
Authors will be notified about selection of abstract by 15th April 2023. Full drafts of chapters
in 5000 words with OSCOLA citation style must be submitted no later than 15th July 2023.
Full drafts will go for double blind peer review, and it is expected from contributors to
incorporate changes if suggested. The book is expected to be published by October 2023.
For more details, refer here,