Graeme H. Wilson
The book (Zayed - Man Who Built A Nation) tells the biography of Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan since 1971 until his death in 2004. It includes many deep views taken from personalities who were contemporary with Sheikh Zayed and worked under his commands and from the National and International Archives which offered unique opportunities to access their holdings. The material of the book is supported by witnesses, examples and facts and events which make it the most comprehensive work published about the most prominent Arab leader hitherto. Participating researchers in this work visited dozens of countries, interviewed a large number of world leaders who were contemporary with the era that took three decades. Researchers carried many interviews that have eventually contributed to the drawing of a unique image of this unrivalled leader. The book documents the unique personal achievements of Sheikh Zayed, a statesman of first-class and great leader for the good of his country, his people and the world.