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Interview with Sverker Åström by Jean Krasno
This interview, conducted on 11 November 1990, after he retired from diplomatic service, focuses on the events surrounding the Congo Crisis of 1960. Mr. Åström recalls Dag Hammarskjöld's election to Secretary‑General, how ...
Interview with Ambassador Harlan Cleveland by Jean Krasno and James S. Sutterlin
These interviews took place on 22 April 1990, while Mr. Cleveland served as dean at the Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs. Both interviews focus on two major international situations — the Congo Crisis and the ...
Interview with Bishop Kleopas Dumeni by Jean Krasno
The interview was conducted on 17 March 1999, a year before his retirement. Renowned for his contribution to Namibia's war for independence, Bishop Dumeni discusses the role the church played as Namibia transitioned out ...
Interview with Moses Katjiuongua by Jean Krasno
The interview was given on 9 March 1999 and focuses on the political climate in Namibia pre- and post- independence. A Member of the Namibian National Assembly at the time of the interview, Mr. Katjiuongua also touches ...
Interview with Peter Katjavivi by Jean Krasno
Serving as the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Namibia at the time of the interview, on 14 December 1999, Mr. Katjavivi shares his personal accounts of his involvement in SWAPO during Namibia's independence and evaluates ...
Interview with Legwaila Joseph Legwaila by Jean Krasno
Namibia's path to independence has been considered by some as a successful one, although it was not an easy road. In 1989, Mr. Legwaila was appointed by Secretary-General Pérez de Cuéllar to be the Deputy Special Representative ...
Interview with Arthur Samuel Lall by Jean Krasno
Mr. Lall continued to be an active member in New York research and policy organizations until his death in 1998. Retired at the time of this interview, conducted on 27 June 1990, his interview focuses on the Suez Canal ...
Interview with Helmer Pettersen by Jean Krasno
Mr. Pettersen was still serving in the Norwegian police force when this interview was conducted on 9 September 1999. Here, he talks about his experiences as a station commander in the last deployment to Namibia to ensure ...
The Congo Operation : an Interview with Sture Linnér by Jean Krasno
Retired at the time of the interview, conducted on 8 November 1990, Mr. Linnér recalls his time as Chief of ONUC. He reflects on his meetings with Prime Minister Lumumba and the pitfalls of communication in the Congo at ...
Central American Peace Process : an Interview with Sr. David Escobar Galindo by Jean Krasno
In this interview, conducted on 21 January 1997, Mr. Escobar Galindo discussed the Peace Accords, his role in the negotiation process, other actors involved and the implementation of the resulting agreements.