Who Will Replace Annan as U.N. Secretary General?

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Guests take a look at the candidates vying to replace Kofi Annan as the next secretary general of the United Nations.


Mark Turner, United Nations correspondent for the Financial Times

Christine Chen, senior editor at Foreign Policy magazine; wrote "The List: Who Wants to Lead the United Nations" for the Foreign Policy Web site, handicapping some of the candidates who might replace Annan

Paul Kennedy, professor of international history at Yale University; his latest book is, The Parliament of Man: The Past, Present and Future of the United Nations



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