Ban Ki-moon was the eighth Secretary General of the United Nations, serving from 2007 until 2016, during which time he is credited with implementing significant reforms to the U.N.'s peacekeeping and employment practices, as well as pushing international efforts to address global climate change. Prior to his tenure as Secretary-General, Ban served many years in the South Korean Foreign Service, where he held many important positions including Foreign Minister, National Security Advisor to the President, and Ambassador to Austria and Slovenia.This event will be moderated by Dr. John Park, Director of the Belfer Center's Korea Working Group.

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