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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 ...
UN Role in the Establishment of Israel : an Interview with Ambassador Abba Eban by James S. Sutterlin
Ambassador Eban gives his personal account of the adoption of the General Assembly resolution 181(II) in the interview conducted on 16 April 1990. The interview delves into the role of the United Nations Special Committee ...
The 1956 Suez War : an Interview with Sir Donald Logan by James S. Sutterlin
This interview was conducted on 22 April 1991 while Sir Logan was serving as a governor of the St. Clare's College Oxford, a position he maintained from 1982 to 2000. Sir Logan discussed his personal account of the events ...
Interview with Raymonde Martineau by James S. Sutterlin
Still holding this position at the time of this interview, conducted on 7 July 1998, Ms. Martineau shares her personal account of Namibia during its first elections. As part of the team in charge of the organization of the ...
The 1956 Suez War : an Interview with Geoffrey Murray by James S. Sutterlin
In this interview, conducted on 10 January 1991, Mr. Murray recounted the meetings leading up to the creation of UNEF as well as Canada's involvement in dealing with the crisis.
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...