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The UN Security-Council has selected a Secretary-General of Humanity

Today, the United Nations Security Council selected Mr. Antonio Guterres as the next UN Secretary-General. Throughout the straw-poll process and in my blog of June 30th, I have held out hope that the UN Security Council would elect a Secretary-General representing humanity. The world, once again, faces existential challenges, just as it did over 70 years ago. The United Nations, created to meet those challenges, has yet to attain its full potential.
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