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This past weekend, Wilfrid Laurier University had the privilege of hosting the Academic Council on the United Nations System (ACUNS) Annual Meeting. On the concluding day of the conference, June 4, international viewers were fortunate to have a peek into a series of webcasts broadcast from the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) as a part of the conference. The first webcast of the “Multiple Multilateralisms” duo focused on United Nations (UN) and G20 evolution, relevancy and reform.

One of the issues long-contested within the UN has been the expansion or reorganization of its outdated Security Council. According to discussant Sam...

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