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  • This caused a lot of heavy breathing, but I was heartened that the SG’s special representative for Ethiopia-Eritrea, Joseph Legwaila of Botswana, said, “I just hope people wake up and realize it is important we should deal with the border stalemate decisively to make sure it ends.”

    Surrender is not an Option

  • The special representative would be Richard C. Holbrooke, the veteran diplomat who had cajoled, charmed, and bullied the warring parties in the Balkans to make peace, at Dayton, Ohio, in 1995.

    The Longest War

  • Carter and Brzezinski also established an effective NSC role in the making of international economic policy, through the designationunder the Council umbrellaof Henry Owen Brzezinskis boss at the State Department ten years earlier as the presidents special representative backstopping his participation in annual international economic summits among the Group of Seven advanced industrial nations.

    In the Shadow of the Oval Office

  • The UN special representative for the Middle East, Alvaro de Soto, has come to the hotel to hand me a copy of a hastily prepared statement just issued by Kofi Annan.

    A Billion Lives

  • As if things weren’t complicated enough, in early July, we faced the bizarre issue of controversial comments on a personal blog that the SG’s special representative in Sudan, a former Dutch minister of development, Jan Pronk, had been happily writing.

    Surrender is not an Option

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