But having arrived they found that history seeming to be lying
obstinately beyond their reach.
The differences between Iran and the western states seemed minute – in some cases just a single word - but attached to that word would be a whole file full of technical details that only experts could decipher.
A greater challenge was that when the negotiations inevitably spilled into the weekend, the Intercontinental was double-booked. On one wing of the first floor were the committee rooms set aside for the talks, but the rest was hired out for parties.As the night drew on and they became tipsier, they were drawn to the polished stone lobby in their dinner jackets as if it were a red carpet at the Oscars. Long ball-gowns and stiletto heels, intermingling with the business suits of the foreign ministry teams, sometimes created a human logjam at the glass revolving door.As Saturday turned to Sunday, the final decisions were taken by capitals, particularly Washington, as Kerry excused himself on several occasions to call the White House.
MARGUERITA Bornstein- A New York based self syndicated political cartoonist ,artist,sculptor,photographer, and graphic designer ,whose unique style and thought provoking work has appeared in the Jornal da Tarde- O Estado de S.Paulo, Graphis, The New York Times op-ed, The Nation ,The Village Voice,The Bulletin (Australia), Geo,Forward , Avenue,Vogue ,Harper's and many other publications.She also did book covers for Reinaldo Arenas,Ariel Dorfman, published by Viking,besides taking part in exhibits in art galleries. Marguerita was born in Australia from Polish/Spanish heritage.Both her parents were Holocaust survivors and both families were totally murdered by the Nazi. Her mother,Salomea Fleischer Lauer,formerly a slave laborer for A.G.Dynamit Nobel A.G in Auschwitz - Birkenau,made bullets and was exposed to gun powder that supposedly left her infertile,according to doctors at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden,where my mother was checked after the war .Her number,tattooed on her left arm was A-26.427. Mea, a cousin of the great animators Max and David Fleischer and of Bruno Jasienski, the author of Paris is Burning.Her father,Dr. Stefan Felix Bornstein,was a Chemical and Textile Engineer and a writer published in Poland, France, Brazil,Switzerland and Germany.He owned Starzycka Manufaktura, in Tomaszow-Mazowiecki,Poland,a family concern. During the war,he was a prisoner in a forced labor camp in Siberia. Raised in Brazil where she become a household name for her drawings in the title sequence of the political satire O Rebu, an avant garde style and the first woman to create for TV ,besides her Humor Pages for Manchete,and Margarida,The Incredible Modern Woman,in Revista Mais.Her work began to appear in the press since she was nine years old.
Moved to New York in 1976.
Mother of Stefan and Jacob.
Working on a graphic novel memoir, among other projects
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