UN and Iraq: Iraq Awaits

For more than a quarter of a century, the UN has been preoccupied by Iraq, for good and ill. Today, the big question at UN headquarters in New York revolves around the selection of Kofi Annan’s successor as Secretary-General. Consensus will emerge some time later in the year, with the successful individual chosen from a wide field of declared and undeclared candidates. Iraq is bound to be an issue from day one, just as it has been for the last four people in the job.

The World Today Published 1 August 2006 Updated 15 October 2020 5 minute READ

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