Khalid, Mansour

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KHALID, Mansour

KHALID, Mansour. Sudanese, b. 1931. Genres: Area studies, International relations/Current affairs, Politics/Government. Career: Attorney in Khartoum, Sudan, 1957-59; United Nations (UN), NYC, legal officer, 1962-63, deputy resident representative in Algeria, 1964-65, president of UN security council, 1971-75, special consultant on coordination of UN information system, 1982; United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Paris, France, member of Bureau of Relations with member States, 1965-69; Government of Sudan, Khartoum, minister of youth and social affairs, 1969-71, chair of delegation of Sudan to UN General Assembly, special consultant and personal representative of UNESCO director-general for United Nations WRA fund-raising mission, 1970, permanent representative of Sudan to UN, 1971, minister of foreign affairs, 1971-75, 1977, minister of education, 197577, assistant to president for coordination and foreign affairs, 1976-77; Sudan Socialist Union, member of political bureau and assistant secretarygeneral, 1978, resigned all political posts, but remained member of general Congress, 1978; financial and investment consultant, 1980-. Visiting professor at the University of Colorado, 1968, and at the University of Khartoum, 1982; participant in many panel discussions. Publications: NONFICTION: Private Law in Sudan, 1970; The Nile Basin, Present and Future, 1971; Solution of the Southern Problem and its African Implications, 1972; The Decision-Making Process in Foreign Policy, 1973; Sudan Experiment With Unity, 1973; Diplomacy and Development, 1974; World Food Crisis: What After Rome?, 1975; Nimeiri and the Revolution of DisMay, 1985; (ed.) John Garang Speaks, 1987; The Government They Deserve: The Role of the Elite in Sudan's Political Evolution, 1990; (ed.) The Call for Democracy in Sudan, by J. Garang, 1992; Social-Cultural Aspects of Arab Diplomacy. Author of works in Arabic. Address: 9 Jubilee Palace, London SW3, England.