International Civil Servant, Scholar and Champion of International Law
Born in Vienna, Austria, Paul Szasz came to America in 1941 and became a distinguished international lawyer. He helped develop the International Atomic Energy Agency Safeguards against diverting civilian nuclear materials into military uses, and served as Director of the General Legal Division and Deputy Legal Counsel at the United Nations. He published over 130 books, articles, and other studies on international law.
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