The ElBaradei Legacy

By Mark Hibbs, Andreas Persbo | September 1, 2009

As the International Atomic Energy Agency’s director-general, Mohamed
ElBaradei stood up to the United States, prevented a widening Middle East
conflict, and won the Nobel Peace Prize. Yet as he prepares to leave, the future
of the agency is in doubt.

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