Roger Plunk was born in England, in
an American Air Force hospital. Rogerís first love was
philosophy, which he studied as an under-graduate. After college
he spent time as a sculptor, doing bronze figures. During a trip
to India, he was stirred by the poverty and suffering of the
Upon returning to America, he went to law school at Florida
State University, and then completed an advanced law degree in
international and comparative law at George Washington
After a short stay at the U.S.
Department of State, Roger went to India by invitation of the
Dalai Lamaís administration, to advise them in the drafting of a
constitution for an autonomous Tibet. He later became involved
in mediation attempts between the Chinese and the Tibetans.
As an international mediator,
Roger also worked on the political conflicts in Burma, Kashmir,
and Afghanistan. His first book, The Wandering Peacemaker,
is about his experiences during this work, interlaced by
Americaís Highest Destiny
is his second book. He has recently formed
Peace Initiatives to fund his pro bono mediation work.
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