Baroness Bertha von Suttner (1843 to 1914) was an Austrian pacifist and writer. In 1905, in recognition of her lifelong opposition to war she was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, the second female Nobel laureate, after Marie Curie.
This book’s trenchant analysis of what ails the running of the globe should be read by policymakers everywhere, and certainly by those many citizens who concern themselves with fostering a better and more functional world. Change comes slowly, but this book is a prodding catalyst.
Robert I. Rotberg, Harvard Kennedy School, author of On Governance