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Mr. Malloch Brown had to break with the niceties of diplomatic tradition to plead for such leadership.
On August 8, 2005, United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan waived the diplomatic immunity of Alexander Yakovlev on a request from the U. S. Attorney's Office, and Yakovlev apparently had been taken into custody, said Mark Malloch Brown, Annan's chief of staff.
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The International Crisis Group was founded in 1995 by World Bank Vice-President Mark Malloch Brown, former US diplomat Morton Abramowitz and Fred Cuny, an international disaster relief specialist who disappeared in Chechnya in 1995.
The resolution, signed by 44 different organizations and with the backing of the British Foreign Office minister Mark Malloch Brown, asked the UN to send 3, 000 more peacekeepers to reinforce the 17, 000-strong garrison in the Congo, which is the largest garrison of its kind.
As the appointment is made by the UN Secretary-General and not the UN General Assembly, Malloch Brown's term of office ended with the completion of Kofi Annan's term at the end of 2006.
Malloch Brown publicly defended handling of the Oil-for-Food Programme by the UN in general, and Kofi Annan in particular.
Malloch Brown, briefing the Security Council, argued that, while the situation uncovered by the audit was " alarming ", and that nearly $ 300 million out of a $ 1. 6 billion budget was involved, it showed more that there was significant waste with only narrow instances of fraud.
John Podesta and Richard C. Leone wrote that Bolton's comment " distorted Mr. Malloch Brown ’ s remarks by calling them an attack on ' the American people ', and ... by conflating Rush Limbaugh and Fox News with the American people.
In July 2006, during the Israel-Hezbollah crisis in Lebanon, Malloch Brown said America should allow others to " share the lead " in solving the Lebanon crisis, and also advised that Britain adopt a lower profile in solving the crisis, lest the international community see the negotiations as being led by the same team that instigated the invasion of Iraq.
Following the decision by the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission ( SCCRC ) to refer the case of Abdelbaset al-Megrahi back for a second appeal against conviction, Dr Hans Köchler, UN-appointed international observer at the Lockerbie trial, wrote on 4 July 2007 to Malloch Brown reiterating his call for a " full and independent public inquiry of the Lockerbie case ".
In November 2007, the conservative British magazine The Spectator drew some attention with its criticism of the Malloch Brown family's occupancy of a government-owned, so-called " grace and favour " apartment in London, previously used by the former Deputy Prime Minister, John Prescott.
On November 18, 2007 The Sunday Times fuelled the controversy by reporting that " some see the hand of Miliband behind the savaging of Malloch Brown in The Spectator ".
Beginning on March 19, After Hours was replaced by Tonic, a two-hour block of light jazz programming hosted by Katie Malloch ( Monday to Friday ) and Tim Tamashiro ( Saturday and Sunday ) from 6 p. m. to 8 p. m. ( since moved to 8 p. m. to 10 p. m .) local time, as Radio 2 began a formatting change intended by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation to increase the amount of jazz, contemporary popular music and indie rock, as well as boost the amount of Canadian content, in Radio 2's schedule.
The weeknight version of the jazz program Tonic, hosted by Katie Malloch, is broadcast from CBM-FM in Montreal, to the entire Radio 2 network, from Monday to Friday.
* The Introduction to Critical Strictures on the New Tragedy of Elvira, Written by Mr. David Malloch ( 1763 ), by Frederick A. Pottle ( Augustan Reprint Society, 1952 ).
Tonic, a similarly themed program hosted from Montreal by Katie Malloch on weeknights and from Calgary by Tim Tamashiro on weekends, debuted in its place on March 19.
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It was also announced that Malloch Brown would receive a peerage to enable him to sit in the House of Lords ; he was also appointed to the Privy Council.
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His partner since 1998 is Angela Malloch, a former stage manager, with whom he has three children ; a daughter, Jemma ( born 28 March 2000 ) a son, Zac ( born 22 March 2001 ), and daughter, Molly ( born 9 March 2011 ).
In order to support the MDGs, both UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan and Administrator of the UN Development Programme ( UNDP ), Mark Malloch Brown, have launched the Millennium Project to determine the best strategies for achieving the MDGs.
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" Malloch Brown himself rejected the need to apologise, and received the support of Secretary-General Kofi Annan, who said that his deputy's comments " should be read in the right spirit ".
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The first Jesuit influence upon this doctrine was not until 1609, " when Suarez rejected Azpilcueta's basic proof and supplied another " ( Malloch, p. 145 ; speaking of Francisco Suárez ).
Following his appointment to government, Malloch Brown was created a life peer on 9 July 2007 as Baron Malloch-Brown, of St Leonard's Forest in the County of West Sussex ( his title is hyphenated but his surname is not ) and took his seat in the House of Lords that same day.
Malloch Brown contemplated running for the SDP in the 1983 UK General election but was not selected as a candidate.
On 3 March 2006 it was announced that Malloch Brown would succeed Louise Fréchette as United Nations Deputy Secretary-General on 1 April 2006.
Also in May 2007, Malloch Brown was named vice chairman of Soros Fund Management and the Open Society Institute, two other important Soros organizations.
On 27 June 2007 it was announced that Malloch Brown was joining the Government of incoming Prime Minister Gordon Brown as Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office ( FCO ) with responsibility for Africa, Asia and the United Nations.
On 7 July 2009, Lord Malloch Brown announced he was stepping down from his position as Minister of State for Africa, Asia and the United Nations at the end of July 2009, citing personal and family reasons.
The elegant Streamline Moderne Malloch Building on Telegraph Hill was used for the apartment of Jansen where Parry hides out and recuperates from his surgery.
He was called to the bar in 1837 and continued to practice in Brockwille with George Malloch until 1853 and then with his uncle again.
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According to Malloch ( 1966 ), this doctrine of permissible " equivocation " did not originate with the Jesuits.
Malloch, Beuchat, McKinlay, Mamen, Mackay and Murray remained with Karluk ; the others formed the Southern Party.
There are seven domes, Dumbbells, Contour, Hoodoo, Malloch, Haakon, Helicopter and Isachsen Dome ( 260m ) which is the highest point on the island.
Mark Malloch Brown, the former secretary general of the United Nations Development Program attributes the inefficiency of the UN administration to the " disconnect between the merit and reward " and further advocates " reconnecting merit to make the UN again an international meritocracy " to overcome the problem.
In 1902, Douglas Malloch wrote the current lyrics for a convention of the Michigan State Federation of Woman's Clubs in Muskegon.
George Mark Malloch Brown, Baron Malloch-Brown, KCMG, PC ( born 16 September 1953 ) is a former Minister of State in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office of the British government with responsibility for Africa, Asia and the United Nations.
In 1994 Malloch Brown joined the World Bank as Vice-President for External Affairs, which included responsibility for relations with the United Nations.