Academic Scholarship

Politics and Values at the United Nations: Kofi Annan's Balancing Act (Book Chapter)

In Kent J. Kille (Ed.), "The UN Secretary-General as a Moral Authority: Ethics and Religion in International Leadership," Washington, DC:Georgetown University Press, 299- 336, December 2007

The UN Secretary-General and Moral Authority Courtney B. Smith, Ph.D.
School of Diplomacy and International Relations

In The UN Secretary-General and Moral Authority, contributors provide case studies of all seven former secretaries-general, establishing a much-needed comparative survey of each office-holder's personal religious and moral values.


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