U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan's selected official papers will be organized by City College of New York and Yale University and made accessible for scholarly research. The Colin Powell Center for Policy Studies at CCNY and the United Nations History Project at Yale University will begin the project at the end of Annan's second term, which expires Jan. 1, 2007, the schools announced Monday.
The papers will be chosen at the secretary-general's discretion and will include speeches, public statements, letters and other documents, the AP reports.
Krasno previously helped organize and archive the papers of U.N. Secretary-General Javier Pйrez de Cuйllar.
Krasno will be advised by Charles Hill and Bruce Russett at Yale, and receive guidance from an advisory council of scholars from Yale, CCNY, other universities and U.N. officials. A.M.
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