Michael Maclay worked for the British Foreign Office in West Africa, at the United Nations in New York, and on European and Southern African affairs. After working as a journalist he returned to the Foreign Office as special adviser to Douglas Hurd, dealing mainly with the European Union and the Balkans. After the signature of the Dayton Agreement he served with Carl Bildt, International High Representative for Bosnia, as his special adviser and spokesman. He is now Executive Chairman of Montrose Associates, a London-based company providing strategic intelligence and advice on politics and business around the world to international corporations and government agencies.
Books by Mike Maclay
Interviews with Mike Maclay
Former British diplomat Mike Maclay chooses five books on the glamour, the reality and the future of the people trained in the canny art of diplomacy