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Interview with James Green by William Powell
Mr. Green discusses his involvement with the United Nations at its early years in this interview, conducted on 21 April 1986. Here, he shares his personal memories of when the United Nations Charter was signed, its first ...
Interview with Leland Goodrich by William Powell
The interview was conducted on 16 September 1985. Retired at the time, Dr. Goodrich reflects on the drafting of the Charter and assesses the performance of the United Nations and the Secretaries-General in relation to the ...
Interview with James Nevins Hyde by James S. Sutterlin
The interview took place on 18 April 1990. He shared some personal insight into the early days of the United Nations, and its ever changing relationship with the United States; the Korean War; and the recognition of the ...
The Founding of the United Nations : an Interview with Oliver Lundquist by James S. Sutterlin
The interview was conducted on 19 April 1990. Mr. Lundquist discusses how he became involved with designing the United Nations emblem, as well as the early beginnings of the United Nations.
Founding of the United Nations : an Interview with Joseph Johnson by William Powell
In this interview, conducted on 10 June 1985, Mr. Johnson recalled his experience at the United Nations. He elaborated on his participation at the Dumbarton Oaks Conference, the San Francisco Conference and touched upon ...
Interview with President Galo Plaza Lasso by Diego Cordovez
The interview was held on 28 March 1984 and focused on Mr. Plaza's involvement with the United Nations — the missions to Lebanon, Congo, as special rep to Cyprus, as well as how his role as President of Ecuador was affected ...
Founding of the United Nations : an Interview with Claiborne Pell by Jean Krasno
The interview, conducted on 20 February 1990, focused on the experiences of Mr. Pell during the 1945 San Francisco Conference.
Interview with General Carlos P. Romulo by William Powell and Rebecca Akao
During the first interview, 30 October 1982, he discusses his role in the initial drafting of the Charter of the United Nations, including such issues as the veto and the role of the Secretary-General, the decision to ...
UN Charter: San Francisco Conference : an Interview with Governor Harold Edward Stassen by Joan Bush
Mr. Stassen continued his career in politics, holding several positions in government at the state level. Until his death in 2001, he had been working on a 129-page proposal to revise the United Nations Charter. In this ...
Interview with Oscar Schacter by William Powell
Conducted while Mr. Schachter was serving as an honorary editor for the American Journal of International Law, these two interviews deal with his experiences serving as a legal adviser and then Director of the General Legal ...