Werner Daum

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Werner Daum is a German diplomat. From 1992–1995 he was Head of the Human Rights Department in the German Mission in Geneva; as such he represented Germany in the Commission on Human Rights and various other Human Rights bodies of the UN in Geneva.

After having served as Minister-counselor at the German embassy in Tirana,Daum was Germany's ambassador to Sudan from 1996 to 2000.

In 2000-2001 he was a Fellow at the prestigious Weatherhead Center for International Affairs at Harvard University.In Summer 2001, Daum wrote a long article for the Harvard International Review entitled“Universalism and the West — An Agenda for Understanding” in which he harshly criticised the US government for destroying the Al-Shifa pharmaceutical factory in Khartoum during Operation Infinite Reach. The thrust of his argument was that the medication shortage caused by the attack led to an unknown number of deaths in Sudan, which might have been in the tens of thousands.


  • Daum, Werner. "", The Future of War, Vol. 23, Summer 2001
  • —. “” Weatherhead Center Fellows' Papers


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