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The term of office of the members listed below expires on 31 Dec. of each year. Members. Algeria (2009), Barbados (2009), Belarus (2009), Bolivia (2009), Brazil (2010), Cameroon (2010), Canada (2009), Cape Verde (2009), China (2010), Congo, Republic of the (2010), Côte d’Ivoire (2011), El Salvador (2009), Estonia (2011), France (2011), Germany (2011), Greece (2011), Guatemala (2011), Guinea-Bissau 5 (2011), India (2011), Indonesia (2009), Iraq (2009), Japan (2011), Kazakhstan (2009), South Korea (2010), Liechtenstein (2011), Luxembourg (2009), Malaŵi (2009), Malaysia (2010), Mauritius (2011), Moldova (2010), Morocco (2011), Mozambique (2010), Namibia (2011), Netherlands (2009), New Zealand (2010), Niger (2010), Norway (2010), Pakistan (2010), Peru (2011), Philippines (2009), Poland (2010), Portugal (2011), Romania (2009), Russia (2010), St Kitts and Nevis (2011), St Lucia (2010), Saudi Arabia (2011), Somalia (2009), Sudan (2009), Sweden (2010), United Kingdom (2010), USA (2009), Uruguay (2010), Venezuela (2011).
The Secretariat services the other five organs of the UN, carrying out their programmes, providing administrative support and information. It has a staff of 8,900 at the UN Headquarters in New York and around the world. At its head is the Secretary-General, appointed by the General Assembly on the recommendation of the Security Council for a five-year, renewable term. The Secretary-General acts as chief administrative officer in all meetings of the General Assembly, Security Council, Economic and Social Council and Trusteeship Council.
Rather it is an arena for contemplation and thought’. And, it may be added, a source of endless fascination for amateur and professional alike. References John H. Arnold, History: A Very Short Introduction. OUP, 2000 Ludmilla Jordanova, History in Practice. Hodder Arnold, 2000 James J. Sheehan, The Monopoly of Violence: Why Europeans Hate Going to War. Faber, 2007 Johan Tosh, Why History Matters. Palgrave, 2008 Barry Turner If a massive dose of reality has cured us of economic naivety, at least for the time being, this is no reason to let up on other categories of spurious experts dedicated to self importance at public expense.
The Statesman’s Yearbook 2010: The Politics, Cultures and Economies of the World by B. Turner