Kofi Annan: A Man of Peace in a World of War
In this thoughtful, balanced biography, former Los Angeles Times foreign and diplomatic correspondent Stanley Meisler traces Kofi Annan’s unconventional rise from optimistic student to striving personnel and budget specialist in the United Nations bureaucracy to full-time manager of the world’s crises. The book presents a unique portrait of this widely admired leader, with Annan’s own view of events tempered and augmented by those of his allies and opponents, defenders and detractors.
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Kofi Annan is an often overlooked world leaders. Stanley Meisler followed the United Nations politics and people as an LA Times reporter. In his book he writes about Annan's rise to Secretary General ... Read full review