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Backstory: Ban Ki-Moon

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Ban Ki-Moon is the new Secretary General-elect of the United Nations. On today’s Backstory, Diana Geddes, the Legal Affairs Editor for The Economist, examines his long career in South Korean international relations, and talks about what his selection means for ongoing reform initiatives at the UN.

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