Michael Skoler Reports New U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan

, who has promised to reform the body's miserable bureaucratic reputation, need look no further than the criminal tribunal for Rwanda. U.N. auditors and now trial judges say corruption and mismanagement are disrupting its work.

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