Memoir: my life and themes
Known as a diplomat, government minister, historian, biographer, anti-war activist, playwright, editor, political theorist and university president, Conor Cruise O'Brien has brought his unique perspective to such thorny issues as Irish nationalism, Zionism, post-colonial Africa and India and terrorism.
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