The fifth edition of this highly regarded title provides invaluable biographical details of thousands of major figures involved in all aspects of international affairs.
Who's Who in International Affairs 2007 is truly international in coverage, and lists over 6,000 entrants from a wide range of disciplines, including leading diplomats, politicians, government ministers, heads of state, academics, civil servants, judges, think tank analysts and scholars, and heads of international organizations. Meticulously researched, this title will be of great value to anyone involved with international affairs world-wide.
Entries are listed alphabetically by surname and, where available entries include: name; present position, nationality; date of birth; family details; education; career information; honours and awards; publications; contact address; telephone and fax numbers; email and internet addresses.
Diplomatic Representation Appendix
A unique appendix lists, for more than 170 countries, the names and contact information for all ambassadors to and from those countries.
This comprehensive index covers more than 170 countries, listing entrants from those countries. Each citation provides name, job title, organization and page reference.
Organizations cited in the directory are listed alphabetically, followed by a list the entrants affiliated to them. Examples of organizations include: United Nations, International Institute for Strategic Studies, Council on Foreign Relations, Human Rights Watch, and the International Court of Justice.
Comprehensive in its coverage of international affairs, this key title will prove an invaluable acquisition for public and academic libraries, government departments, the media, universities, businesses, charities and embassies world-wide.
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'The book … will have its place on the shelves of news organizations, government offices, embassies and international organizations.' - Australian Library Review
'A reference source of high quality…Recommended.' - Choice