"“Working closely with Belmont I learned to appreciate his deep commitment to a just and ethical society. He has a deep devotion to the principles of a democratic society and a passion for education. I know that this book, which encompasses over 40 years of Belmont's distinguished work in the diplomatic service, business, academics, and consulting, makes significant contributions to the body of literature of several disciplines. His international business papers are of special interest as they truly develop important theories and actions for international commerce and social responsibility.”
—Ruben Armiñana, Ph.D., President, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA.
“Seldom does one have the opportunity to share in the experiences of a true American diplomat like Belmont Haydel, who has made this book a personal read on the ‘business’ of international enterprise and government relations. The reader will be captivated by the interpersonal observations of Dr. Haydel's students, friends, and professional associates, as they draw from what he has taught them. The essence of this book comes from understanding what it takes to be a diplomat in good and bad times. This work is timely, given the uncertainty of the present international scenario.”
—Roy A. Herberger, Jr., Ph.D., President, “Thunderbird,” The American Graduate School of International Management, Glendale, AZ.
“This no mere eyewitness account. It is a chronicle of how one intelligent and broad-minded American served his country and, at the same time, his own spiritual development throughout a distinguished multi-level career. The notable personalities and events are familiar; what is new and intriguing is how Belmont Haydel's own unique personality intersected with all that history and led to making some of his own.”
—Michael Skol, former U.S. Ambassador to Venezuela and Assistant Secretary of State for Latin America"
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Published November 24, 2004
Business & Economics, Professional & Technical.