Bernard Kouchner, the foreign minister of France, has urged his country’s
ambassadors to engage in ‘diplomacy in motion’ Kouchner, who established the organization
Médecins Sans Frontières 37 years ago.
He has had four or five careers since then. He has often polled as the most popular politician in France; has written a dozen or so books and once contemplated running for president of France, is himself the chief practitioner of this aerobic statecraft...
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