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James Cumes

Dr James Cumes is author of The Human Mirror: The Narcissistic Imperative in Human Behaviour. His book America's Suicidal Statecraft was published in November 2006.

After soldiering in Papua and Dutch New Guinea in WW II and diplomatic posts in Paris, Geneva, London, Bonn and Berlin, he became Ambassador to the EU and several individual countries. High Commissioner to Nigeria, Permanent Representative to the United Nations and UNIDO, Governor on the Board of the International Atomic Energy Agency, and Australian representative at UN and other meetings around the world.

He is the initiator of Victory over Want, an organisation devoted to ending world poverty.

Author's website: James Cumes's home page


 
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