"WORLD PEACE, THE CRY AND CRIER" is a critical examination of the factors responsible for the spoken world peace. It offers a road-map to realistic peaceful coexistence for which the United Nations was formed in 1945. The author, Nsikan Inokon, recalls the untold number of wars prior to, and after, the rise of nation-states, colonialism, and mercantilism. He asks, "How Many More Wars?" before the much-sought-for world peace is attained. He has proffered the sure road to realistic world peace. This book is a challenge to the world to embrace peace. It is a must-read by all advocates and lovers of peace, who consider world peace as a mission the world began since its creation without reaching its destination yet.