Interviews where books by Samantha Power were recommended
Edward Mortimer, the former Director of Communications to Kofi Annan talks about the need for reform, how when the Camp David talks broke down “the whole atmosphere in the organization became poison”, and his boss. He picks the best five books on the United Nations.
My Father's Paradise: A Son's Search for His Family's Past
by Ariel Sabar
A Modern History of the Kurds
by David McDowall
Blood and Belief: The PKK and the Kurdish Fight for Independence
by Aliza Marcus
A Problem from Hell
by Samantha Power
Invisible Nation: How the Kurds' Quest for Statehood Is Shaping Iraq and the Middle East
by Quil Lawrence
The Kurds lost 11,000 lives fighting Islamic State and hoped the West would support them in their quest for nationhood. But as the Kurdish saying goes, ‘The Kurds have no friends but the mountains.’ Author and diplomat Peter W. Galbraith, a longtime advocate of the Kurdish people, recommends the best books on the Kurds—and predicts that one day there will be an independent Kurdistan.