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Kofi Annan Disappointed on Reform of U.N. Security Council

United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan says that while September's U.N. World Summit included agreements to protect against genocide, offer peace-building assistance in war-ravaged countries and endorsed the Millennium Development Goals, he was disappointed on the reform of the U.N. Security Council.

 

Introduction: Richard H. Solomon

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Lisa Anderson

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Panel 1: United Nations Reform: Reflecting on Successes and Obstacles

Lee Feinstein, Council on Foreign Relations; Ed Luck, Columbia University; Tod Lindberg, Hoover Institution

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Introduction by Lee Bollinger

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Keynote: Kofi Annan

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SIPA Sr. Research Scholar and Former U.S. Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell Developed the Report of the Task Force on the United Nations: American Interests and UN Reform

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Panel 2: Opportunities for Achieving Real Reform at the United Nations

Mark Malloch-Brown, Chief of Staff to United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan; Ann-Marie Slaughter, Princeton University; Danielle Pletka, American Enterprise Institute

Real Video (15:38)

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Production Number: 386
Shot: Oct 18, 2005
Published: Oct 20, 2005
Last modified:Oct 20, 2005