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Ban  Ki-moon
South Korea

Ban Ki-moon

United Nations Secretary General

Date of Birth: 13/06/1944
Place of Birth: Eumseong


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US security and Chinese capital

On 3 January, the United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, unusually and publicly criticised both Salva and Riek for putting their own interests first and failing to agree a power-sharing accord...


Rape row

Now pressure is mounting on UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, who insists ending Sudan's violence is top priority, and the AU Commission Chairwoman, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, who says women's and children's rights are a principal aim...


Stepping up the fight against Ebola

Key UN member states, notably Britain and the US, have concerns about UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon setting up UNMEER: they fear it could add another layer of bureaucracy from an organisation notorious for creating them...


The fire this century

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon cited the plethora of new pledges to cut emissions (all voluntary), the strengthening popular movement for far more stringent environmental controls and some US$500 billion of proposed projects for green energy set out at the Summit...


Saying no to the narco-state

A Special Representative of UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, the former President of São Tomé e Príncipe, Miguel Trovoada, has been appointed and the local European Union mission is being restaffed...


More calls for Nuba talks

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon denounced the killing as a war crime, yet failed to refer to the ongoing conflict in the area or the airport's dual role...


Puzzle of FDLR intentions

In a letter dated 18 April and copied to, among others, United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, Malawi's then President and SADC Chairperson, Joyce Banda; and Congo-Kinshasa President Joseph Kabila, the FDLR invited the recipients to attend a ceremonial surrender of men and weapons to SADC...


Kinshasa challenges Luanda

In an April letter to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, Kinshasa’s Foreign Minister, Raymond Tshibanda N’tungamulongo, protested that the Angolan map had been ‘drafted unilaterally’...


The end of the beginning

Playing a Catholic cardThe agreement followed much local pressure (especially from the churches) and an unprecedentedly concerted if belated effort by IGAD (especially Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda), the African Union (Ethiopia, South Africa), the Troika (United States, Britain, Norway) and the United Nations (Secretary General Ban Ki-moon went to Juba)...


Fixing the forces

Meanwhile, the United Nations Mission in South Sudan has been expanded but despite strong words to the UN Security Council from UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, it is not expected to play a more assertive role...


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