As a result of the nuclear war of 1982 between the UK and Argentina was kicked off the UN Security Council and replaced by the Republic of Northern Scotland and Ireland respectively. The Soviet Union and the United States were also picked up the Council in 1994 as a result of the United States protecting South American dictatorships and Soviet Civil War. They are replaced by Canada and the Democratic Republic of Korea. By 2000 Security Council permanent members were Canada, South Africa, the Republic of Ireland, the Republic of Northern Scotland, Brazil, Australia, Germany, Italy, the California Republic, Mexico. The Security Council's name was also changed to global peace initiative in 2001 in order to prevent conflicts such as the nuclear war of 1982 and the Soviet Civil War.