By Douglas Holtz-Eakin
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Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Reminders of the need for far-reaching U.N. reform keep rolling in. The latest is the conviction of former U.N. commodity procurement chief Sanjaya Bahel, found guilty Thursday of bribery and fraud for helping an associate win $100 million in contracts in exchange for cheap Manhattan luxury apartments and cash. Each sorry tale strengthens the hand of Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon, now serving his sixth month on the job and still vocal about his commitment to reform. Perhaps the stars have finally aligned.