Conversations with Ban Ki-Moon
November 15, 2012
University of Southern California
Doheny Memorial Library
Intellectual Commons Room
3550 Trousdale Parkway
University Park Campus
Los Angeles CA 90089-0185
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What the United Nations is Really Like: The View from the Top. Conversations with Ban Ki-Moon
"Only eight people have been privileged to hold the job of Secretary General since the United Nations' founding in 1945. And only one of them has ever told the inside story of the UN while still holding that special office. That man is Ban Ki-moon, the veteran diplomat and former star foreign minister of South Korea now in his second term as 'SG.' Because he understands that the UN is in crisis — and because he fears the reasons for this are not widely understood — he believes it is time to unveil the truth about the organization and explain why its failure would be a catastrophe. The result, via unprecedented conversations with American journalist Tom Plate, is a deeply revealing book about the kinds of issues and challenges whose resolutions (or lack thereof) will in fact determine the future of the world." — From the cover of Conversations with Ban Ki-Moon
Tom Plate is an internationally syndicated columnist and Distinguished Scholar of Asian and Pacific Studies at Loyola Marymount University. He is the author of 10 books, four in the Giants of Asia series by Marshall Cavendish Asia.
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