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“Foreign policy leaders and wonks everywhere will find plenty in this memoir to stir debates about the most vital task for global survival—the need to stop the spread of nuclear weapons. . . . That quest is ElBaradei’s story. . . . The Age of D... MORE
“Mohamed ElBaradei has spoken eloquently about global efforts at poverty reduction and conflict resolution and has shown a deep understanding of the intrinsic links between peace, disarmament, and development.” —Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, 2008 Indira Gandhi Peace Prize citation
“In this spirited memoir ElBaradei recounts ferreting out the nuclear secrets of the world’s most paranoid regimes, nerve-wracking adventures full of intrigue, car chases, and Pyongyang’s grim hotel accommodations. . . . Rife with acerbic portraits of George W. Bush, Tony Blair, and other world leaders . . . A lively, outspoken take on recent geopolitical confrontations.” —Publishers Weekly
Mohamed ElBaradei served as Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency from 1997 to 2009. He was awarded the 2005 Nobel Peace Prize, together with the IAEA, and has also been honored with the Indira Gandhi Prize for Peace, Disarmament and Development; the Nile Collar; and the Roosevelt Institute's Four Freedoms Award. Founder of the Egyptian opposition movement The National Association for Change, ElBaradei lives in Cairo.