This book reflects a debate of divergent views of states on the reform of the UN system generally and specifically, the UNSC. Basically, two groups form this debate: states who want minimal reforms and states who want broad reforms in the UNSC. The second group thus suggest geographical representation which would make room for a balanced UNSC thereby securing the peace of the globe. This is because, regions of the world such as Africa, Asia, Latin America and eastern Europe which are prone to more threats of insecurity and by extension pose as threats to international peace and security are unrepresented. There is no doubt that the UN could benefit from some serious reforms however, one of the major ones would be an exclusion of the influence of individual member states other than when expressed in collective decisions by bodies such as the GA, and the SC. The strength of the UN is that it includes every state within a common umbrella. Since the UN in the view of this book is essential to world peace and security, it should be built up and not torn down.