The Unfinished Global Revolution The Road to International Cooperation

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  • Edition: Reprint
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2012-01-31
  • Publisher: Penguin Books

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Former UN deputy secretary general Malloch-Brown offers a new vision for international cooperation. In this book, he wrenches the discussion away from terrorism, nationalism, and Iraq and calls for a new global politics--a bigger league, with greater opportunity for all.

Author Biography

MARK MALLOCH-BROWN has held a unique set of positions across the heights of the international system. After leaving a career in journalism and political consulting, he served as a World Bank Vice-President, and as the first non-American head of the United Nations Development Program and Chief of Staff and Deputy Secretary-General to Secretary General Kofi Annan. Most recently, he was Minister for Africa, Asia, and the United Nations in the government of Gordon Brown. Jeffrey Sachs named him one of Time magazine's 100 Leaders and Revolutionaries.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Eventsp. 1
Home Schoolingp. 15
United Nations Dreamsp. 33
Glimpses of Successp. 55
Great Expectationsp. 78
The Money Crisisp. 99
Joining Up Democracy and Developmentp. 117
All Changep. 134
The End of the Affairp. 149
San Francisco IIp. 180
Two Thousand and Eight and All Thatp. 201
Compass Pointsp. 216
Conclusion: The Global Promisep. 236
Afterwordp. 242
Acknowledgmentsp. 253
Notesp. 257
Further Readingp. 259
Indexp. 261
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