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Berlin, Mike

(United States of America) Journalist, Educator Michael Berlin started covering the United Nations as a correspondent for the New York Post in 1967, in the midst of the Six-Day War in the Middle-East. This assignment started a major component of his almost 30-year journalism career; he specialized in diplomatic coverage of the United Nations for [...]

Posted in Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, Journalism, Kurt Waldheim

Nassif, Ramses

(Egypt) Former Spokesman for the Secretary‑General Ramses Nassif joined the United Nations in 1953 as a press officer in charge of promoting United Nations publications and in 1955 for the Bandung conference in Indonesia, which was the creation of the Non-Aligned Movement. He met U Thant as an ambassador of Burma to the United Nations in [...]

Posted in Communication Media, Cuba Situation, Journalism, Middle East Situation, Palestine Question

Frederick, Pauline

(United States of America, 1906 – 1990) Journalist, Television News Correspondent Considered as a pioneer in American broadcasting, Pauline Frederick has covered the Nüremberg trials of Nazi war criminals, China's admission to the United Nations and the Korean War.  Ms. Frederick began covering the United Nations for the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) at its birth in [...]

Posted in Dag Hammarskjöld, Journalism, Public Information