Madeleine Albright, the former US secretary of state, is one of the most admired civil servants in the world. Historiska Media is now publishing the Swedish version of Madeleine Albright’s biography Hell and other stations An attractive mix of notes and a statement on how to find new challenges, regardless of age.
Friday September 18th at 21.00 Interview with Madeleine Albright by Frederic Skavlan on SVT.
when Madeleine Albright She left her position as the first Secretary of State of the United States, and was asked how she wanted to be remembered. She replied, “I do not want to remember.” “I’m still here and plan to do more. Even though it may sound difficult, I want each stage of my life to be more exciting than the previous one.”
Albright left her position as Secretary of State in 2001, and has since moved on. I have successfully maneuvered with six professions, clashed with Presidents and Ministers, and learned new things every day. Since leaving the State Department, she has paved her way forward – defending millions of people who want to be respected regardless of gender, background or age.
In his autobiography Hell and other stations Reflects Madeleine Albright End a career and be productive even later in life. In the book, we meet this lead character when she is straightforward, entertaining, discreet, and serious. It is a story from the time in which we live, rooted in the lessons of all times, told by an exceptional woman with an incomparable taste for life. The book is rich in color photographs from Albright’s private and official collections.
Friday, September 18th At 9 pm, Skavlan interviews Madeleine Albright about her new book and the fall presidential elections in the USA.
title: Hell and other stations
author: Madeleine Albright
Translator: Margarita Ichloff
The book will be released: September 15th
First Day of Review: Soon
It will be released as an audiobook in early October.
December 5, 1996 President Bill Clinton nominated Madeleine Albright to be the 64th Secretary of State. She was unanimously supported by the Senate. Albright thus became the highest-ranked woman in the history of the United States government, and served as Secretary of State from 1997-2001. In her illustrious career, she has also held positions on the Capitol Building, the US National Security Council, and the US Ambassador to the United Nations.