Romuald Sciora is an author, essayist and a documentary filmmaker born in Paris, who specializes on the topic of the United Nations. As a writer, he has published three books on the UN and an essay on the UN General Assembly. As a filmmaker, he has produced more than a dozen political documentaries, including a TV series devoted to the United Nations, broadcast in more than 20 countries. All of the UN Secretaries-General, from Kurt Waldheim to Ban Ki-Moon, have participated in his work. Sciora received the prestigious award of Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters) in 2010. Contributor for Le Monde diplomatique, he lives in the US where he runs Le Monde diplomatique Debates and different programs of conferences. He is also a consultant for different institutions, NGOs, and not-for-profits. His new book, co-written with Anne-Cécile Robert, Who wants to kill the U.N.?, was published last fall. In the meantime, the complete collection of his interviews with U.N. Secretaries-General was published in a special issue of The International Politics Reviews.