By Linda Fasulo
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“Fasulo brings to the fore the problems and controversies that encompass today’s United Nations.”—Ambassador Joseph H. Melrose, Jr., nationwide version United Nations
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To be fair, however, it should be noted that the US and some other nations have withheld dues in varying amounts for a variety of reasons, including allegations of mismanagement and poor allocation of funds. Most insiders I’ve talked with believe that the US can generally have as much inﬂuence as it wants in the UN. ’’ Michael Sheehan speaks of a love-hate relationship between the US and the UN but doesn’t see it as particularly unusual in the context of 12 overview A career Canadian Foreign Service o≈cer, David Malone was from 1992–94 Ambassador and Deputy Permanent Representative of Canada to the UN, where he chaired the negotiations of the UN Special Committee on Peacekeeping Operations and the UN General Assembly consultations on peacekeeping issues.
Things can come up in those committees that need your attention. ’’ Negroponte has also become familiar with the UN penchant for debates and resolutions, especially relating to Israel and the Palestinians. ‘‘I’ve been a little bit distressed by how much time does get absorbed on what I consider to be a pretty sterile Middle Eastern debate,’’ he states. ’’ He is bothered by the ‘‘blame game’’ in which some delegations try to score points for shortterm gain. That game wastes everyone’s time and isn’t very good for the UN, he believes, because it can undermine the UN’s credibility.
7. Koﬁ Annan (Ghana) Boutros Boutros-Ghali (Egypt) Javier Perez de Cuellar (Peru) Kurt Waldheim (Austria) U Thant (Burma) Dag Hammarskjöld (Sweden) Trygve Lie (Norway) 1997–Present 1992–96 1982–91 1972–81 1961–71 1953–61 1946–52 Annan is the ﬁrst rank-and-ﬁle UN sta√er to become SG, having held posts with several agencies, including the World Health Organization and the O≈ce of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, before becoming Undersecretary General for Peacekeeping from 1993 through 1996.
An Insider's Guide to the UN by Linda Fasulo
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