Oswaldo de Rivero
Ambassador Oswaldo de Rivero (born 2 August 1936) is a retired Peruvian diplomat. He served as permanent representative to the United Nations in New York City, and had previously held the post as Peru's ambassador to the World Trade Organization. Previously in his career, he held posts in London and Moscow and Geneva. He studied law at the Universidad Católica in Lima and later earned a master's degree in international relations from Peru's Academia Diplomática. He carried out Postgraduate studies at the Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva. He has authored books on international development, which have been translated into several languages.
- 1974 to 1978: Secretary-General to the President of the Republic.
- 1986 to 1993: Head of the Peruvian delegation to the Uruguay Round negotiations.
- 1986: President of the Economic Commission at the Summit of Non-Aligned Countries (Harare).
- 1989 to 1992: Head of the Peruvian delegation to the United Nations Commission on Human Rights.
- 1990: President of the fourth Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference (Geneva).
- 1991: President of the Group of 77 developing countries (Geneva).
- xxxx to xxxx: Ambassador to the World Trade Organization.
- 2001 to xxxx: Permanent Representative to the United Nations in New York
- New Economic Order and International Development Law. 1980, Oxford: Pergamon Press, ISBN 9780080247069
- The Myth of Development: The Non-Viable Economies of the 21st Century. 2001, Zed Books, ISBN 978-1-85649-949-1. Second Edition: 2010, Zed Books, ISBN 978-1-84813-584-0. (also in French, Portuguese, Arabic, Japanese, Spanish and Turkish)
- Los Estados Inviables: No-Desarrollo y Supervivencia En El Siglo XXI. 2010, Catarata, ISBN 8483191660
- El pensamiento cero
- La isla de Príapo (Spanish). 2013, Atmosfera Literaria, ISBN 978-84-940759-0-2