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International Court of Justice
The International Court of Justice consists of 15 members elected by the General Assembly and Security Council for 9-year terms ending February 5 of the year shown in parentheses. The judges, listed in order of precedence, are:
Stephen M. Schwebel, United States (2006)*, President
*resigned, effective February 29, 2000.
Permanent Representative and Chief of Mission to the United Nations: A. Peter Burleigh, Chargé d'Affaires (to August 1999); Richard C. Holbrooke (from August 1999)
Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations: A. Peter Burleigh (to December 1999); James B. Cunningham (from December 1999)
Deputy Permanent Representatives to the Security Council: James B. Cunningham; Nancy Soderberg
Representative on the Economic and Social Council: Betty E. King
Representative for UN Management and Reform: Richard Sklar (to July 1999); Donald S. Hays (from November 1999)
U.S. Representative to the European Office of the United Nations, Geneva: George E. Moose
U.S. Representative to International Organizations, Vienna: John B. Ritch III UN General Assembly
54th regular session (New York, Sept. 14-Dec. 18)
Representative: Richard C. Holbrooke' (Chairman); A. Peter Burleigh (ViceChairman; Gary L. Ackerman; Sim Farar; Peter T. King
Alternates: Irwin Belk; Donald S. Hays; Betty E. King; Revius O. Ortique, Jr.;
UN Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation
1. The Secretary of State, Madeleine K. Albright, served as chairman of the delegation, ex officio, during her presence at the session.
Representative: Robert B. Rosenstock
Meets intermittently in New York.
Representatives: A. Peter Burleigh (to August 1999); Richard C. Holbrooke (from August 1999)
Deputies: A. Peter Burleigh (to December 1999); James B. Cunningham (from December 1999); Donald S. Hays (from November 1999); Nancy Soderberg Trusteeship Council
Did not meet in 1999.
Economic and Social Council and Related Bodies
Organizational sessions: (New York, Feb. 2–5, May 6–7)
Alternates: George E. Moose; Seth Winnick
Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice gth session (Vienna, Apr. 27-May 6) Representative: Rob Boone; Jonathan Winer Alternate: Laura Kennedy Commission on Human Rights 55th session (Geneva, Mar. 22-Apr. 30) Representative: Nancy H. Rubin Alternate: George E. Moose Commission on Narcotic Drugs 42nd session (Vienna, Mar. 16-25; Dec. 2–3) Representative: Rand Beers Alternates: Daniel T. Fantozzi; John B. Ritch III (Nov. 30-Dec. 1) Representative: James P. Callaghan Alternate: Laura Kennedy Commission on Population and Development 32nd session (New York, Mar. 22, 23, 26) Representative: Julia V. Taft Alternates: Betty E. King; Margaret J. Pollack Commission for Social Development 37th session (New York, Feb. 9-19) Representative: Betty E. King Alternate: Seth Winnick Statistical Commission 30th session (New York, Mar. 1–5) Representative: Katherine K. Wallman Alternate: Suzann Evinger Commission on Science and Technology for Development 4th session (Geneva, May 17-21) Representative: Joan Dudik-Gayoso Alternate: William McPherson Commission on the Status of Women 43rd session (New York, Mar. 1-19) Representative: Linda Tarr-Whelan Alternate: Betty E. King; Theresa Loar Commission on Sustainable Development 7th session (New York, Apr. 19-30)