So that is one thing, which also has to do with changing the budgetary processes. It is much easier to maintain old mandates 50, 40, 30 year-old mandates than it is to get the resources for the new important tasks to be fulfilled, for instance, by the Secretary-General. We have to change that. Mogens Lykketoft (front right), President of the seventieth session of the General Assembly, addresses the Security Councils debate on its own working methods. But I think your question is also about the Security Council, in particular. There we have a kind of catch 22 because you cant change the Security Council without having a two-third majority among the member states, and the ratification from the Permanent Five we have now. So that is, of course, the real explanation why this has been going on for more than twenty years without real progress. There is, also in this Session, during the work of the Ambassador of Luxembourg with the member states, a manifested will to enlarge the Council so that it will become more representative of the geopolitical reality of the 21st Century. But on the very important questions of: will there be more permanent members? vocationWhat about the veto power, and so on, there has been no real progress. And I have said it consistently in these discussions, that the first necessary condition for change here is that there will be a two-third majority bringing themselves together on a specific model for this, and then there will, maybe, even then be opposition from some of the permanent members, but that may maybe overcome if two thirds of the countries come forward for compromise a negotiated member states compromise to a specific model for the future Security Council.
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“As you know, former CNN superstar Larry King has a podcast and Mr. Trump went on his podcast. Nobody said it was going to be on Russian TV,” she told CNN’s “New Day.” Conway further told “CBS This Morning” that Trump did not do an interview with the Russian government-backed network, but rather King. “He said he was doing it for his podcast, (we) didn’t know it was going to be on Russian TV,” she said, adding that she wasn’t involved in setting up the interview. “He was doing it as a favor to his friend, Larry King.” Trump, in the 10-minute phone interview on King’s “Politicking” show, expressed skepticism about allegations that Russia is trying to impact the presidential election, blasted the United States’ interventions in the Middle East and contended that his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton “doesn’t have what it takes” to improve the country. The GOP nominee told King that he thinks it’s “unlikely” Russia has launched an effort to disrupt the 2016 U.S. presidential election. “Maybe the Democrats are putting that out, who knows,” he said. “But I think that it’s pretty unlikely. But, you know, who knows?
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