Yeah I think those countries that not only want to derail it, but also use their veto, will only catalyse the structural change coming anyway, to have a big subset of kind of decisions that cannot be veto-ed by just one or a few members. Not the current veto by one, not a simple majority of the Council. But something must be done... had already to be done when the number of members increased so much with East Europe. Anything to do with gross neglectance, abuse, etc of the rule of law, freedom of the press, corruption, etc, etc will imo have to come in that subset. And international sanctions as well as enforcing tool of the the former. In many ways everything changed when China started exporting massively up to high level goods distorting the global trade balance and our global order became multipolar with the moving realities of Russia and the US. Better a couple of bloody noses on the short term in the EU than continuing the quack approach that worked during the Pax Americana.