James Cameron Tudor
|James Cameron Tudor|
served on the first Provisional General Council and as the first General Secretary.
He served as Deputy Prime Minister, twice served as Foreign Minister of Barbados, Education Minister, as Barbados' High Commissioner to Britain and as permanent representative to the United Nations in 1976.
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- Foreign Service Journal. American Foreign Service Association. 1972.
- Almanac of current world leaders, Vols 10-11. International Academy at Santa Barbara. 1967. p. 13.
- "Obituary: Sir James Cameron Tudor". Toledo Blade. 11 July 1995.
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