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The unfinished reform of selecting the United Nations secretary general

Vesselin Popovski, O.P. Jindal Global University The impending appointment of a new United Nations secretary general provides an excellent opportunity to address some of the shortcomings in current processes - but the Security Council may not be totally on board. First, the good news: the selection of a new UN secretary general in 2016 has proceeded in a much more transparent manner than ever before.
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