In a time of several political crises and national disasters, the statesman Anthony Eden stood out for his country as the nation’s bellwether. From entering public service at a young age and rapidly rising the ranks, Eden’s reputation as a man of the hour followed him everywhere. His popularity helped him rise as Winston Churchill’s successor. Eden was considered a peaceful and diplomatic politician in his time, but his pragmatism failed during international negotiations and war agreements. Despite mixed opinions about his ministerial tenure, Eden’s innate understanding of administration have been appreciated by many. We have assembled Eden’s views and quotes from his memoirs, interviews, monographs, and books about him. Let’s take a look at his sayings on politics, conflict, war, peace and freedom.