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  The Biography of Mark Malloch Brown   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Malloch Brown oversaw a comprehensive reform effort that was widely recognized as making the UNDP more focused, efficient and effective across the 166 countries where it works and doubled its annual resources to over $4 billion.
Malloch Brown also led the UN system’s efforts to help support the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals -- eight, time-bound development targets with the overarching goal of halving extreme poverty by 2015 -- which were approved by world leaders at the UN Millennium Summit of September 2000.
Malloch Brown received a First Class Honour’s Degree in History from Magdalene College, Cambridge University, and a Master's Degree in Political Science from the University of Michigan, and is the recipient of a number of honorary degrees and awards.
www.un.org /News/ossg/sg/stories/brown_bio.asp   (606 words)

  
 UN Deputy Secretary-General Mark Malloch Brown to Speak at Yale
The event will be Malloch Brown’s only appearance at a university as he prepares to leave office at the end of Secretary-General Kofi Annan’s term.
Malloch Brown will discuss the global challenges facing the UN in the 21st century, from turmoil in the Middle East to combating world poverty.
Malloch Brown became Deputy Secretary-General in April 2006, after serving as Kofi Annan’s “chef de cabinet” for more than a year.
www.yale.edu /opa/newsr/06-10-26-03.all.html   (415 words)

  
 The Globalist | Biography of Mark Malloch Brown
Mark Malloch Brown is the Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations.
Malloch Brown was also the Chair of the United Nations Development Group, a committee consisting of the heads of all UN funds, programs and departments working on development issues.
Malloch Brown also served as Vice Chairman of the Board of Refugees International in Washington, D.C. He has written and broadcast extensively on development, refugees and international financial and political matters.
www.theglobalist.com /AuthorBiography.aspx?AuthorId=517   (307 words)

  
 Secretary-General Appoints Mark Malloch Brown Chef de Cabinet
Malloch Brown, who will continue to serve as head of the UNDP, would assist him and Deputy Secretary-General Louise Fréchette in leading major initiatives to improve the performance and overhaul the management of the United Nations, leading up to a planned global summit to be held in New York in September.
Malloch Brown chairs, there was a strong need to ensure continuity in the UNDP together with a close and direct link to the Office of the Secretary-General.
A British national, Mr Malloch Brown was appointed head of the UNDP by the Secretary-General in 1999 (see Press Release BIO/3226 of 23 April 1999) and was unanimously approved by the General Assembly for a second four-year term in 2003.
www.unis.unvienna.org /unis/pressrels/2005/sga898.html   (747 words)

  
 Mark Malloch Brown - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mark Malloch Brown (born 1953), a British national, is Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations as of 1 April 2006, succeeding Louise Fréchette.
He was educated at Marlborough College, and earned a First Class Honours Degree in History from Magdalene College, Cambridge and a Master's Degree in Political Science from the University of Michigan.
Malloch Brown became an Honorary Patron of the University Philosophical Society in 2005
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mark_Malloch_Brown   (389 words)

  
 USATODAY.com - U.N. official criticizes U.S. reluctance on international law   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Mark Malloch Brown said the U.S. contributed most to the development of international law in the last century, but was now the country most opposed to international constraints.
Malloch Brown's comments, provided to The Associated Press by the university, were unusually forceful for an organization whose leaders tend to abide by an unwritten rule of not criticizing member nations.
Malloch Brown noted that the United States has already set itself apart in its opposition to the International Criminal Court and the Kyoto treaty seeking to mandate reductions in emissions.
www.usatoday.com /news/world/2005-05-23-us-un_x.htm   (352 words)

  
 The Unofficial Paul Krugman Web Page
MARK MALLOCH BROWN: Well, I think this is a little unlike global warming in the sense that if that's the comparison you had in mind.
MARK MALLOCH BROWN: I think, you know, this economic challenge is right in front of our eyes, and we've seen a currency depreciation of 50 or 60 percent.
MARK MALLOCH BROWN: And by the way, despite this nanny institution you mentioned, the IMF -- and by the way, if nanny is the right metaphor, it's Victorian nanny from the 19th century because they come in with a pretty big ruler, I think, to push through reforms.
www.pkarchive.org /crises/ThisWeek122897.html   (1792 words)

  
 The Counterterrorism Blog: Update on Sevan's Legal Fees: The Makings of Another UN Imbroglio!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Mark Malloch Brown: The key point there is, considering I am dealing with a situation where a commitment had been given last year, based on legal advice, and where my predecessor and the Secretary-General had both confirmed to Mr.
Mark Malloch Brown: If you take that example, it might be very likely that that employee of the bank was a senior manager of the bank and was sued as result of a criminal investigation of having stolen from accounts of people at that bank.
Mark Malloch Brown: On the first two, let me just say that the idea of an accused being represented by counsel in an investigative procedure is as old as the notion of justice itself.
counterterror.typepad.com /the_counterterrorism_blog/2005/03/update_on_sevan.html   (3942 words)

  
 Mark Malloch Brown Bio   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Mark Malloch Brown is Chef de Cabinet of the United Nations.
Prior to this role, Malloch Brown served as the Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) from July 1999 to August 2005.
Malloch Brown was the lead international partner from 1986 to 1994 at a strategic communications management firm, the Sawyer-Miller Group.
www.earthinstitute.columbia.edu /sop2006/bios/malloch_brown_m.html   (238 words)

  
 In the Wake of September 11: Human Security and Human Development in the 21st Century   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Malloch Brown joined the UN in the late-1970s when he worked for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees.
Malloch Brown was lead international partner for the Sawyer Miller Group, a consulting firm.
Malloch Brown served as Vice Chairman of the Board of Refugees International in Washington and as a member of the Soros Advisory Committee on Bosnia.
www.carnegiecouncil.org /viewMedia.php/prmID/117   (5769 words)

  
 Mark Malloch Brown Unplugged - And BOLTON EXPLODES | TPMCafe
With Malloch Brown's speech, the Secretariat is officially serving notice that it will not be a passive and compliant scapegoat for conservatives with no foreign policy ideas of their own.
Malloch Brown made his remarks to a conference on global leadership co-sponsored by the Center for American Progress and the Century Foundation.
Whether Malloch Brown's intention was to serve notice to the U.S. that its current approach won't work or to reassure developing countries that the UN Secretariat understands position the U.S. has put them in, this strikes me as a smart move.
www.tpmcafe.com /node/30520   (744 words)

  
 Foreign Correspondent - 10/04/2002: Interview with Mark Malloch Brown
Malloch Brown: Look I think it is, it is unacceptable.but lets be clear … the donors didn’t actually, it was not as explicit as you put it because donors realize just how difficult and complicated this is...
Malloch Brown: Yeah and it was one reason I pressed so hard to have the donors meeting in Tokyo literally one month to the day after the new interim authority took office in Afghanistan.
Malloch Brown: Well I mean I think there will be reinforcements but I think the trouble is that this geographic issue of not straying far beyond the perimeter of Kabul itself is unlikely to be breached and I think that’s a real pity.
www.abc.net.au /foreign/stories/s528359.htm   (1147 words)

  
 Foreign Correspondent - 12/08/2003: Interview with Mark Malloch Brown
Mark Malloch Brown is the head of the United Nations Development Program, at present trying to gather international donations to help rebuild the world’s failed or failing states - such as Afghanistan, Iraq, Liberia and the Solomons, to name a few.
MALLOCH BROWN: It was a terrible time for us in the UN and those of us who are very pro-United States as I am for example, I’ve an American wife, kids.
MALLOCH BROWN: Well you know there’s a history of course of messes getting thrown into the UN’s lap and our Secretary-General Koffi Annan is always extremely worried in general that as things go wrong after wars, everybody suddenly turns like a last default mechanism to the UN and says all yours.
www.abc.net.au /foreign/stories/s933317.htm   (730 words)

  
 USATODAY.com - New U.N. chief of staff says Annan won't quit   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Mark Malloch Brown said the secretary-general's resignation would be "a staggering blow to the stature and the independence of the institution" and would divide U.N. members.
Malloch Brown's arrival in mid-January coincided with — and in some cases sparked — the departure of top U.N. staff.
Malloch Brown said he would not have given up "a great job" as head of the United Nations Development Program to become the secretary-general's chief of staff only "to have a large bulls-eye painted on me for a couple of months."
www.usatoday.com /news/world/2005-03-10-brown-annan_x.htm?csp=36   (789 words)

  
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Malloch Brown has been a champion of development at UNDP since assuming the position of Administrator in 1999, Acknowledging the tireless drive of Mr.
Malloch Brown to place the work of UNDP at the centre of global development endeavours and also acknowledging the progress made by UNDP in its crucial work on poverty eradication during his time as Administrator, Further acknowledging the efforts made by Mr.
Malloch Brown made the Millennium Development Goals* the hallmark and centrepiece of all UNDP programmes, Also recognizing the commitment, dedication and leadership shown by Mr.
www.unfpa.org /exbrd/2005/annualsession/decisions.doc   (3236 words)

  
 Daily Observer Newspaper - Mark Malloch Brown appointed UN deputy secretary-general   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
During his tenure at the UNDP, Mr Malloch Brown oversaw a comprehensive reform effort that was widely recognised as making the UNDP more focused, efficient and effective across the 166 countries where it works and doubled its annual resources to over $4 billion.
At the request of Mr Annan, Mr Malloch Brown also led the UN system’s efforts to help support the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals(MDGs), time-bound development targets with the overarching goal of halving extreme poverty by 2015 which were approved by world leaders at the UN Millennium Summit of September 2000.
A British citizen, Mr Malloch Brown received a First Class Honour’s degree in history from Magdalene College, Cambridge University, and a Master’s Degree in political science from the University of Michigan, and is the recipient of a number of honorary degrees and awards.
www.observer.gm /enews/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=3838&Itemid=33   (691 words)

  
 Online NewsHour: Newsmaker Interview | France Leads U.N. Force | August 16, 2006 | PBS
MARK MALLOCH BROWN: Well, a key point is our new troops, because our 2,000 existing troops have been there and have stayed in all their posts throughout this fighting.
MARK MALLOCH BROWN: Well, it's very clear in the Security Council resolution, which is governing all this, that the end of this process is that nobody will be carrying arms south of the Litani other than the Lebanese army and the U.N. forces.
MARK MALLOCH BROWN: They're committed to it, although there is -- frankly, it's something that we've got to try and break tomorrow, which is a little bit of enthusiasm to deploy a force as long as it's somebody else's soldiers, not one's own, because there are risks in this mission.
www.pbs.org /newshour/bb/middle_east/july-dec06/brown_08-16.html   (1775 words)

  
 Online NewsHour: Newsmaker Interview | International Force Talks Stall | August 2, 2006 | PBS
MARK MALLOCH BROWN: Well, they are, except the second particularly is key, because, you know, if you are a troop-contributing country, if you're sending your troops in to keep the peace between two parties who have politically arrived at an agreement with each other, that's one thing.
MARK MALLOCH BROWN: It is. That is very much now the way that the American and French negotiators are working on this, is two resolutions, which is always, again, where we have thought this would go, which is the first resolution is stop the fighting, and here are some political principles to work on.
MARK MALLOCH BROWN: Well, you know, I haven't come that close tonight, but I will say this: I think there are two philosophies about what senior U.N. officials at the political level of the organization should do.
www.pbs.org /newshour/bb/middle_east/july-dec06/brown_08-02.html   (2365 words)

  
 Losing the United Nations - June 8, 2006 - The New York Sun
Malloch Brown was speaking in Midtown at a conference that included not only President Clinton's state secretary, Madeleine Albright, but also Mr.
Malloch Brown knew he was going to say something explosive; he prefaced his remarks by confessing that his message "was not one a sitting United Nations official would normally make" to a public conference.
Malloch Brown tried to dress up his hostility with all sorts of long-hair talk about "power" and "global leadership" in the 21st century.
www.nysun.com /article/34079   (712 words)

  
 U.N.'s Annan To Make Appeal for Tsunami Disaster Aid from Jakarta, January 3, 2005
Brown, who will be accompanying Annan to Jakarta for the January 6 fundraising event, will keep his UNDP position for a while, the secretary-general said.
Mark’s leadership of the United Nations effort to meet the Millennium Development Goals means that there are strong synergies between this agenda and Mark’s current role.
Malloch Brown: My friends thought that the title “Administrator” was inappropriate for my particular approach to management, and I am sure doubly so “paper-pushing”.
www.usembassy.it /file2005_01/alia/a5010302.htm   (2613 words)

  
 Meet Kofi Annan's right-hand man | Guardian Weekly | Guardian Unlimited
Malloch Brown may not yet be a household name, but the British official is soon to become the new face of the UN.
Malloch Brown's solution was to blitz the opinion-makers with full-page adverts in the press and a television campaign to change how the bank was viewed.
It is clear that Malloch Brown wants to lower the profile of the Iraq debacle, which has suffered an indecent amount of exposure under his predecessor's stewardship.
www.guardian.co.uk /guardianweekly/story/0,12674,1399076,00.html   (1200 words)

  
 Dhimmi Watch: Fitzgerald: A tribute to Mark Malloch Brown
Mark Malloch Brown, the Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations, is akin to a British civil servant in 1941 still urging "compromise with the limited aims of Mr.
Malloch Brown is of a type, a type fleshed out by the nearly-indistinguishable Edward Mortimer or the just-slightly-more presentable Brian Urquhart.
Mark Malloch Brown, the Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations, is akin to a British civil servant in 1941
www.jihadwatch.org /dhimmiwatch/archives/013215.php   (1398 words)

  
 The Blog | Peter Beinart: In Praise of Mark Malloch Brown | The Huffington Post
Malloch Brown spoke the way I would have spoken to John Bolton if I had had a forum.
Brown was speaking about, was his inability to take the heat from Ruch Limbaugh and his impression that Fox News was spreading ill will towards the UN in the US heartland (where all the uneducated rednecks live, apparently).
Brown said was a gross exaggeration of reality.
www.huffingtonpost.com /peter-beinart/in-praise-of-mark-malloch_b_22524.html   (2671 words)

  
 The 2005 TIME 100: Mark Malloch Brown
These talents overflow in the person of Mark Malloch Brown, and he'll need every ounce of them he can muster for his new assignment, one of the toughest in the world.
As Kofi Annan's new chief of staff at a time of stress—and opportunity—for the United Nations, Malloch Brown, 51, must walk the gauntlet between U.N.-bashing Washington, the other 190 U.N. member states and legions of U.N. staff members and organizations.
Malloch Brown began, as do so many British leaders, as a journalist, writing the inimitable clipped prose of the Economist.
www.time.com /time/subscriber/2005/time100/leaders/100mark_brown.html   (314 words)

  
 Global Philanthropy Forum - network Mark Malloch Brown   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
On December 13th, Mark Malloch Brown, Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme, joined the Global Philanthropy Forum for a luncheon program to discuss the current challenges facing the global environment, as well as the concert of actions necessary in 2005 if we are to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by 2015.
Malloch Brown provided insight into the critical roles that policy, private enterprise, and philanthropy will need to play to help achieve the MDGs.
Malloch Brown touched on the catalytic role that philanthropy should play in helping governments and the private sector find new models for helping to achieve the MDGs.
www.philanthropyforum.org /network/mallochbrown.html   (239 words)

  
 Bolton Watch | TPMCafe
Mark Malloch Brown, the Deputy Secretary-General, played Popeye yesterday, calling out the U.S. for trying to undermine the UN even as it tries to advance its foreign policy goals there.
With Malloch Brown's speech, the Secretariat is officially serving notice that it will not be a passive and compliant scapegoat for conservatives with no foreign policy ideas of their own.
The President had to sign off on this initiative, but what is not clear is whether he is going to give his complete support to Rice or whether he is going to sit on a perch while his closest advisors slash each other over this.
boltonwatch.tpmcafe.com   (1147 words)

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