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Well written insightful record of a vigorous UN official who believed in the charter and the role of the UN in the tough spots of the worls.Published 8 months ago by Judith Kee
I had the privilege to meet the man and I think Miss Power Captures his soul, which was not easiy. Or the period in histroty where live and work.Published 12 months ago by Gilda La Paz
His story could not have been better told. Samantha powers reveals the genius of his diplomatic mind, and uncovers the tragedy and incompetence behind the failure to save his life.Published 13 months ago by Z. Alani
Brilliantly written, with a title that beautifully reflects the thrust of the book, it draws a spell-binding portrait of an idealist, dedicated to his work and the goals of the UN. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Claude Forthomme (Nougat)
This is not only a deeply moving and interesting biography, but also a thorough and objective study of the UN's performance in the humanitarian realm. Read morePublished on March 23, 2014 by Fusun Turkmen
Everybody should read this book and get to know the life of these people who live to bring the peace.Published on February 11, 2014 by Valquiria Missell
The life story of Mr. Viera de Mello is worth to be told, a life of international public service! Ms. Power also provide an outstanding view of international politics. Read morePublished on July 4, 2013 by Rodrigo Aguirre