The nature of conflict has changed tremendously over the last decades, with the emergence of new actors and the scourge of international terrorism. The economic balance of power is shifting globally and transnational challenges to peace and sustainability persist. At the same time, there are renewed questions about the viability of mutual security arrangements in which some partners shoulder a greater burden than others. Against this backdrop the United Nations will vote this year to elect a new secretary-general to replace Ban Ki-moon.
BPC hosted a moderated conversation with UN secretary-general candidate Amb. Natalia Gherman to discuss her vision for the role of the UN in a changing world.
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Amb. Natalia Gherman
Former Deputy Prime Minister of Moldova
Candidate for UN Secretary-General