The current climate at the UN is both nervous and optimistic: nervous, because the future of the organization is being measured against its ability to respond to a set of crises that the 1945 founders could not have imagined; and optimistic, because the resilience of the organization to weather such storms is well documented. Since its foundation the UN system has generated far-reaching entrepreneurial competencies to reconcile the rules of the organization with the demands of its ambitious and ever-evolving security mandate.
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