Barbara CrossetteDecember 01, 2008
Will the new Human Rights Council take its mandate seriously?
Barbara CrossetteJanuary 15, 2007
Kofi Annan, the quiet Ghanaian whose 10-year tenure as United Nations Secretary General ended in December, did more to challenge the thinking and prod the conscience of this unwieldy organization than any of his predecessors. Yet he left office wounded by controversy, pilloried in the U.S. Congress