ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law


It is customary during anniversaries to devote some attention to introspection and stock taking. Looking back at my own writings on the subject of U.N. reform (during the fortieth, the fiftieth and now the sixtieth anniversary in 1985, 1995 and this year), I confirmed my long held conviction that the United Nations is indispensable and its Charter, in its basic provisions, has stood the test of time.