It’s on the agenda of every minister who travels abroad, it crosses the desk of every head of state and it sets envoys around the world marching to one beat. Lobbying for a spot at or near the top of a multilateral organization is a routine part of the job for high-level diplomats. But a successful campaign requires more than a nudge and a wink between ambassadors over cocktails, say former diplomats and current candidates.
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