About Author: Tony Fleming

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Tony is a communications and advocacy professional with over 20 years of experience in multilateral reform advocacy and online communications. He began blogging about multilateral elections in 2006 at UNSG.org.

Posts by Tony Fleming

  • As mentioned in yesterday’s Morning Memo, the question of when Ban Ki-moon will announce whether he’s running for a second term has been asked of the Spokesperson for the SG […]

    Don’t hold your breath

    As mentioned in yesterday’s Morning Memo, the question of when Ban Ki-moon will announce whether he’s running for a second term has been asked of the Spokesperson for the SG […]

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  • D. Stephen Mathias of United States appointed as Assistant Secretary-General for Legal Affairs, succeeding Peter Taksøe-Jensen of Denmark Nine members of the Human Rights Committee, the body of independent experts […]

    Morning Memo

    D. Stephen Mathias of United States appointed as Assistant Secretary-General for Legal Affairs, succeeding Peter Taksøe-Jensen of Denmark Nine members of the Human Rights Committee, the body of independent experts […]

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  • Valerie Amos was to take up her post today as the Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, succeeding John Holmes, but that’s been postponed until next Monday. The […]

    Morning Memo

    Valerie Amos was to take up her post today as the Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, succeeding John Holmes, but that’s been postponed until next Monday. The […]

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  • If the Europeans all vote alike, do they need so many seats on the IMF Board? The Western European & Others Group have their monthly meeting today. WEOG is the […]

    Morning Memo

    If the Europeans all vote alike, do they need so many seats on the IMF Board? The Western European & Others Group have their monthly meeting today. WEOG is the […]

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  • This October, the General Assembly will elect five of the ten  rotating members of the UN Security Council to two-years terms (2011-2013) to replace Austria, Japan, Mexico, Turkey, Uganda, which […]

    October’s Security Council elections

    This October, the General Assembly will elect five of the ten  rotating members of the UN Security Council to two-years terms (2011-2013) to replace Austria, Japan, Mexico, Turkey, Uganda, which […]

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  • Could we see an earlier vacancy at the IMF, with Strauss-Kahn as a potential challenger to Sarkozy in 2012? UNelections Campaign summarizes Anna Tibaijuka‘s removal at UN Habitat and the […]

    Morning Memo

    Could we see an earlier vacancy at the IMF, with Strauss-Kahn as a potential challenger to Sarkozy in 2012? UNelections Campaign summarizes Anna Tibaijuka‘s removal at UN Habitat and the […]

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  • A new Global Memo feature, Morning Memo will highlight a number of elections, appointments or announcements from recent days that may be of interest to readers. UN General Assembly elects […]

    Morning Memo

    A new Global Memo feature, Morning Memo will highlight a number of elections, appointments or announcements from recent days that may be of interest to readers. UN General Assembly elects […]

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