Richard Holbrooke z''l, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, received the Truman Peace Prize in 2001 for his work as chief negotiator for the 1995 Dayton Peace Accords that ended the war in Bosnia.
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The Rise of Illiberal Democracy: "Suppose the election was declared free and fair," (Richard Holbrooke) said, and those elected are "racists, fascists, separatists, who are publicly opposed to [peace and reintegration]. That is the dilemma."
Kati Marton's latest book chronicles her years as a jet-setting correspondent for ABC News, her tumultuous marriage to Peter Jennings, and her decision, after second husband..Richard Holbrooke’s death to start a new life in Paris.