Untold: The Real Story Of The United Nations In Peace And War by Ian WilliamsUntold: The Real Story Of The United Nations In Peace And War by Ian Williams

Untold: The Real Story Of The United Nations In Peace And War

byIan WilliamsIllustratorKrishna

Paperback | November 1, 2017

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Drawing on personal experience with the UN, this combination of informative text and whimsical cartoons describes how the organization is supposed to work, how it actually behaves, and why there is a difference. UNtold lets readers in on the quirks and mysteries of international diplomacy and global decision-making. Delightfully irreverent, the message is that this vital body really can represent “We the peoples of the world.” The book has something to offer everyone, from high school and college students involved in model UNs to secretaries of state and senior diplomats.
Ian Williams is an associate professor at Bard Center for Globalization and International Affairs, he lectures on the UN and the Responsibility to Protect. Krishna is the pen-name of an illustrator who has won two Emmy awards as a writer for Sesame Street. His cartoons have appeared in such publications as The Washington Post, the Guar...
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Title:Untold: The Real Story Of The United Nations In Peace And WarFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:176 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.4 inShipping dimensions:9 × 6 × 0.4 inPublished:November 1, 2017Publisher:Just World BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1682570894

ISBN - 13:9781682570890

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"UNtold is a delightfully digestible history about the most important international intergovernmental agency which is dedicated to maintaining global peace and order . . . . I trust that Williams' passionate new book will inspire more people to view the UN as more than a simply a tourist destination." —Cheryl Wills, author and anchor, NY1 News