The UN Gang

Ebook $13.99

Doubleday | Sep 13, 2005 | 224 Pages | ISBN 9780385516846

  • Ebook$13.99

    Doubleday | Sep 13, 2005 | 224 Pages | ISBN 9780385516846

Praise

The UN Gang is the right book at the right time. With his insider knowledge of how the UN functions, Pedro Sanjuan confirms what we believed all along about the failings of the UN. He exposes its longstanding pervasive anti-Semitism, along with a host of wrongdoings, which cry out for reform. For anyone interested in international affairs and world peace, this book is a must read.”
—Abraham H. Foxman, National Director, Anti-Defamation League and author of Never Again? The Threat of the New Anti-Semitism

“This is a true and entertaining account of the UN from the inside of the Secretariat. It will shock some readers and inform many others. I warmly recommend it.”
—Jeane J. Kirkpatrick, former US ambassador to the UN

“If you love the UN, hate it, or are indifferent, this is a book you must read. Mr. Sanjuan writes elegantly and with humor, yet the end result is enough to make a strong man weep. The author has spent more than a decade observing the United Nations from the inside; the picture he paints is not a pretty one. Corruption, mismanagement, nepotism, open espionage against the U.S.—these are but a few of the ‘warts’ on the body of this august international institution that are described in detail. Sanjuan’s proposed reforms make sense; whether there are those within the UN with the good sense to adopt them remains to be seen.”
—Lawrence S. Eagleburger, former US Secretary of State

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