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The Vicar of Baghdad: Fighting for Peace in the Middle East Paperback – 20 Feb 2009
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'I live with a price on my head ...The kind of people that I spend my time engaging with are not usually very nice. On the whole nice people do not cause wars'. Andrew White is one of a tiny handful of people trusted by virtually every side in the complex Middle East. Political and military solutions are constantly put forward, and constantly fail. Andrew offers a different approach, speaking as a man of faith to men of faith. Compassionate and shrewd, gifted in human relationships, he has been deeply involved in the rebuilding of Iraq. His first-hand connections and profound insights make this a fascinating document.
About the Author
Canon Andrew White qualified as an anaesthetist before ordination. The vicar of St George's Church in Baghdad, he has extensive experience of conflict mediation in Iraq and the wider Middle East. President and CEO of the Foundation for Reconciliation in the Middle East , launched in 2005, he has written extensively about conflict resolution and has been involved in many hostage negotiations.
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It lonly cost 1p + postage..so I could not grumble when I saw that the first few pages were underlined by a previous reader!
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