Pedro Sanjuan, who joined AEI as a resident fellow in 1978, died on September 28 in New York. The Cuban-born Sanjuan began his government service in John Kennedy’s administration. He later served in Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan’s administrations and at the United Nations. His book about the UN, The UN Gang: A Memoir of Incompetence, Corruption, Espionage, Anti-Semitism and Islamic Extremism at the UN Secretariat was published in 2005.
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