A conversation on peacemaking with Carlos Fuentes: April 16, 1992, Georgetown University, Washington, DC : the prizewinning Mexican novelist, historian and diplomat talks about his work and his hopes for peace and development with Professor James Laue of George Mason University
National Institute for Dispute Resolution, 1992 - Conflict management - 4 pages
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