An insightful behind-the-scenes look at daily work at the United Nations.
Personal and humorous, this is a compelling insider’s account of the day-to-day business that goes on inside the United Nations. Life in the Glass House is an incisive contemporary assessment of work at the UN, written by the prominent Guyanese diplomat Miles Stoby (1943–2020), who devoted decades of service to the United Nations. An important figure in modern global development in his own right, Stoby’s account provides vital perspective and analysis on the goings-on at the global intergovernmental organization.
About the Author
Miles Stoby (1943–2020) was a public servant who held multiple senior positions at the United Nations Secretariat.