'This book's many contributors, more than 20 in all, provide a fitting tribute and an objective analysis of Dag Hammarskjöld's achievements as the second UN Secretary-General.'
Source: African Business
'… a major collection of reflections on Hammarskjöld’s intellectual and international political legacy by a cross-disciplinary team of top-flight reflective practitioners (Annan, Brian Urquhart, Hans Corell) and engaged scholars.'
Source: International Affairs
'What a feast of a book this is! … this is a tribute commensurate to the legendary status of the late UN Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjöld (1905–61), whose lofty ideas, practical initiatives and suspicious death did a lot to shape the United Nations during the Cold War years and through to the present day.'
Source: Academic Council on the United Nations System (acuns.org)
'Peace Diplomacy, Global Justice and International Agency promises to examine Hammarskjöld's approach towards international civil service, agency and value-based leadership from a range of disciplinary standpoints.'
Guy Fiti Sinclair
Source: European Journal of International Law
'In this paper, the reader can find in-depth analyses of aspects of the Swedish diplomat's thinking, as well as evocations of Dag Hammarskjöld. … The broad introductory study, signed by the editors …, presents the main points of Hammarskjöld's thinking, highlighting his contribution to the resolution of crises such as the Congolese one, reviewing briefly the academic literature dedicated to him and providing a detailed presentation of the elements that made up his credo.'
Source: translated from Astra Salvensis - Review of History and Culture IV