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Ralph Bunche - U.N. Mediator and Nobel Peace Laureate.

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  • American Diplomacy; 2/1/2020, p22-28, 7p
  • Recognizing Bunche's unique abilities, the State Department and U.N. competed to retain Bunche, but Bunche, profoundly dedicated to the belief that global "peace and the United Nations have become inseparable", never returned to the Department of State. My introduction to Ralph Bunche came thanks to the State Department library, named for Ralph J. Bunche in 1997 in recognition of his political and humanitarian contributions to the Department of State and the United Nations, and to the world of learning. American Diplomacy February 1, 2020 Title: Ralph Bunche - U.N. Mediator and Nobel Peace Laureate Author: Renee M. Earle Text: This year marks the 70 th anniversary of the first Nobel Peace Prize presented for efforts to achieve peace in the Middle East between Israel and Arab nations in Palestine. Many of Bunche's proposed U.N actions in the crisis became standard U.N. practice and remain so today, such as the guidelines for U.N. peacekeeping. [Extracted from the article]
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