2016 – Zbigniew Brzezinski, A Chessman in Winter
2011 – A Woman in the Millenium
2009 – Planet UN : The United Nations Confronting the Challenges of the Twenty-First Century
2006 – At the Glass Building : The Story of the UN told by its Secretaries General
Episode 1 : Kurt Waldheim
Episode 2 : Javier Perez de Cuellar
Episode 3 : Boutros Boutros-Ghali
Episode 4 : Kofi Annan
2005 – A l'Ombre d'un Chêne
2003 – Ashes of the Phoenix : A Journey in Lebanon
2002 – De Memoire d'Immortel, with the voice of Alain Delon
2001 – J'Avais Mille Compagnons, with the voice of Robert Hossein
2000 – Otto Von Habsburg, A Life for Europe
2015 - Running the World : A Brief History of the U.S. National Security Council - Conversation between Robert Jervis and Foreign Affairs Editor Gideon Rose -
2006 – About Dag Hammarskjold - Conversation with Brian Urquhart -
2003 – Conversation with Paulo Coelho
2003 – Conversation with Ghassan Tueni
2003 – Lettre d'un enfant du Liban, by and with Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt
2000 – La Race Perdue, with Niels Arestrup
1995 – Un Rêve à Dux
2015 – The United Nations in the New World Disorder - Editions de l'Atelier -
2009 – Planet UN, with Annick Stevenson, postface by Noam Chomsky - United Nations ; le Monde diplomatique ; Editions du Tricorne, Geneva -
2006 – A la Maison de Verre, preface by Jacques Chirac - United Nations ; Editions Saint Simon -
2003 – Ashes of the Phoenix : A Journey in Lebanon - Virgin -
1998 – De Gaulle, Portrait d'un Révolté
1996 – Casanova Requiem, un Conte Philosophique
Romuald Sciora is also the author of several articles and essays, including some for Le Monde Diplomatique.
The Middle East edition of the French newspaper Le Monde published in 2003 a special issue dedicated to his work in Lebanon ; with contributions by Jean Lacouture, Amin Maalouf, Ghassan Tueni...
The UN in the New World Disorder (L'ONU dans le nouveau désordre mondial), the latest book from Romuald Sciora, now Also available in ebook
An in-depth analysis of the United Nations' involvement in our today global world
The challenges we face today, be they economic, geopolitical, interreligious, energy or climate, more than ever require all countries to come up with global solutions. The United Nations is the only structure where cooperation is possible. Yet, almost 75 years after its founding, is it still able to bring together small states and big powers for a constructive dialogue to fight against the evils of humanity?
After the election of a new secretary-general in 2016, what political power does the UN have internationally?
Established in 1945 as an international platform for promoting dialogue between states, the UN has gradually lost political influence to entities such as the G20, WTO or even NATO.
According to Romuald Sciora the risk is seeing the UN disappears from the political scene and be confined to managing its humanitarian entities. Through the crisis that upsets the United Nations, the democratic ideal from the Enlightenment is undermined.
This book recounts in its second part all the conversations Sciora has had with the last five UN secretaries-general, from Kurt Waldheim to Ban Ki-moon.
With contributions from Noam Chomsky, Ignacio Ramonet, David B. Roosevelt...