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Wrong Pedro San Juan?

Pedro San Juan

Political Affairs Director

United Nations Secretariat

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United Nations Secretariat

Background Information

Employment History

Staff

Republican National Committee


Affiliations

Insular Affairs

Assistant Secretary of State


Interior for Territorial Affairs

Under Secretary


ASG

Treasurer


Web References(50 Total References)


Commentary by Howard Phillips. The Constitutional Government Blog

howardphillips.com [cached]

The April 19 Washington Times carries an article by Pedro San Juan, former political affairs director in the United Nations Secretariat and author of the forthcoming book, U.N. Gang", to be published by Doubleday.
I have not seen Pedro in a number of years since I first met him while I was on the staff of the Republican National Committee (1966-1968). Pedro came up with the idea for a new organization to be called "Close Up", by means of which high school and college students from all over America would be brought to Washington, D.C. to learn more about the operations of government. Pedro assured me "Close Up" would be non-partisan and it seemed to me to be a good idea. Accordingly, I acceded his request that I line up prominent Republicans to be co-sponsors of the "Close Up" idea. This was to be an entirely private sector operation. Sometime later, however, Pedro got the idea that the program could reach many more people if it were subsidized by the Federal government.


Golubov & Tiagai

www.golubovtiagai.com [cached]

Pedro A. Sanjuan,
President of the Institute of East-West Dynamics Former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Interior and Director, Political Affairs Division, United Nations


Bio

www.pedrosanjuan.com [cached]

PEDRO A. SANJUAN
The Hon. Pedro A. Sanjuan, after a long career in the U.S. Government and the United Nations, is now concentrating on his career as an author and artist, combining both to create a new genre of adult (and child) book where the story (satire) is told through original graphics and text. He lectures frequently and hosts a weekly radio program on the Whitney Network. Before turning to spending his time on these pursuits he was President of the Institute for East-West Dynamics, established by a UN resolution to foster entrepreneurship and understanding between East European countries and the United States. Sanjuan was appointed Director of the Political Affairs Division of the United Nations Secretariat by Secretary-General Javier Perez de Cuellar on September 6, 1983, nominated by then Vice-President George Bush. Initially a strong critic of Soviet misuse of the UN Secretariat as an intelligence collection agency, Sanjuan eventually developed a close relationship with top Soviet and East European political leaders as the Iron Curtain crumbled. During his almost ten years as Director for Political Affairs, Sanjuan created a new area of involvement for the UN Secretariat by encouraging the improvement of East-West economic relations as a vehicle for strengthening international peace and security. He organized several U.S.-Soviet conferences with the collaboration of New York University and traveled extensively throughout the former USSR, Poland, Czechoslovakia and Romania.


Commentary by Howard Phillips. The Constitutional Government Blog

www.howardphillips.com [cached]

The April 19 Washington Times carries an article by Pedro San Juan, former political affairs director in the United Nations Secretariat and author of the forthcoming book, 'U.N. Gang", to be published by Doubleday.
I have not seen Pedro in a number of years since I first met him while I was on the staff of the Republican National Committee (1966-1968). Pedro came up with the idea for a new organization to be called "Close Up", by means of which high school and college students from all over America would be brought to Washington, D.C. to learn more about the operations of government. Pedro assured me "Close Up" would be non-partisan and it seemed to me to be a good idea. Accordingly, I acceded his request that I line up prominent Republicans to be co-sponsors of the "Close Up" idea. This was to be an entirely private sector operation. Sometime later, however, Pedro got the idea that the program could reach many more people if it were subsidized by the Federal government.


Manu'a's Off-Island Connection - American Samoa

www.manuatele.net [cached]

I checked to confirm this allegation on this proposed act by the Under Secretary of Interior for Territorial Affairs, Pedro San Juan.
On one of my trips to Washington D.C., I personally made an effort to see Mr. San Juan. I told him I would like to see any documents or letters he may have written proposing to appoint the Attorney General or the ASG Treasurer. San Juan told me, "Avi, I have heard those allegations by Fofo. According to San Juan, "we just did not want to meddle with your local problems. When we decided to grant your local people the right to elect their own Governor, our policy was hands off on issues arising out of your own administration of local policies. Such cases as complained on by the Acting Associate Judge did not rise to the level of considering changing the Constitution of your Territory." Now the issue can come to rest, as there is no written document to verify allegations accusing Mr. San Juan.


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