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Interview with Hawa Binta Dieye by James S. Sutterlin
Conducted on 23 June 1998, this interview focuses on Ms. Dieye's service in Namibia. Here, she discusses how the Namibian population transitioned to independence—their education, relationships with South West Africa Police ...
Interview with Chester Crocker by James S. Sutterlin
In this interview, conducted on 20 July 1998 while he was serving as the chairman of the board of the United States Institute of Peace, Professor Crocker spoke about his experiences in diplomacy and mediation regarding ...
Interview with Raymonde Martineau by James S. Sutterlin
Still holding this position at the time of this interview, conducted on 7 July 1998, Ms. Martineau shares her personal account of Namibia during its first elections. As part of the team in charge of the organization of the ...
Interview with Sir Marrack Goulding by James S. Sutterlin
At the time of this interview, on 30 June 1998, Sir Marrack was serving as the Warden of St. Anthony's College at the University of Oxford. He discussed the peacekeeping missions that the United Nations carried out in ...
Interview with Ismat Steiner by James S. Sutterlin
In this interview, conducted on 16 May 1998, Mr. Steiner shared his experience and insights as a United Nations regional representative in Namibia during the country's transition to independence.