Kofi Annan, former U.N. Secretary and Nobel Prize awarded, worked hard for peacekeeping during his mandate but he was always sneaked for a shadow: The nightmare of Rwandan genocide that leaded up when he was heading up Peacekeeping Operations (U.N.). His good intentions agaisnt war and abusing Human Rights were missed in the U.N. maze when he was unable to do nothing to stop the Invasion of Iraq. His personal goal, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, which started also with good proposals and efforts, provides the 20% of all international funding to combat HIV/AIDS but it´s far from satisfactory.
Ban Ki-Moon, U.N. Secretary, has found his first priority issue during the U.N. Climate Change meeting (Valencia) and after his visit to Antarctica to see first-hand the effects of climate change on its melting glaciers.
They both look like men of duty and good intentions. History showed that the first, Kofi Annan, was unable to pass throught the wall that United States (and many others as France) built, but, could Mr. Ki-Moon find a gap, a fracture, on their wall?.