THE PEACE BROKER, the Unorthodox Career of Richard Butler,

By: Tania Ewing

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Pan Macmillan, publishers, Sydney - ISBN:0732910358, 2000. softcover, 6" x 9. Book in VERY GOOD condition. 25 b&w photographs, list of sources, and index. Butler, as head of the United Nations Special Commission (UNSCOM), was one of the most powerful and controversial figures in world politics. From humble beginnings, he moved to the diplomatic corps, achieved outstanding results in disarmament, and spent two years at centre-stage in the on-going war between the UN and Iraq. This book explores the alleged CIA infiltration of UNSCOM's operations in Iraq as well.

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