whistleblower book tour

Pratt Library Event Series

Tuesday, October 24th, 6:30pm Baltimore, MD: Pratt Library Event Series http://calendar.prattlibrary.org/ http://www.prattlibrary.org/booksmedia/podcasts/index.aspx?id=7274 *The event will be held at the Maryland State Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped located at 415 Park Ave, Baltimore, MD 21201.  For more info: Tracy Dimond at tdimond@prattlibrary.org

Browseabout Bookstore

Saturday, August 19th, 9-11am Rehoboth Beach, Delaware: Browseabout Bookstore http://www.browseaboutbooks.com/   Meet Mel Goodman at Browseabout Bookstore, located at 133 Rehoboth Ave, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971.  For more info call 302 226 2665 or contact Alex Colevas, Buyer & Event Coordinator  at alex@browseaboutbooks.com

Baltimore, MD: Red Emma’s Bookstore Coffeehouse

New York, NY: Mid-Manhattan Library

Whistleblower at the CIA: An Insider’s Account of the Politics of Intelligence with Melvin A. Goodman, writer and former senior analyst and Division Chief at the CIA from 1966 to 1990. This lecture presents a rare insider’s account of the inner workings of America’s intelligence community. Events at The New York Public Library may be…

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China’s Foreign Policy: Lessons for the United States

The United States currently lacks diplomatic relations with two of its most important adversaries: Iran and North Korea.  Washington has serious bilateral issues with both Tehran and Pyongyang, although there is ample evidence that both Iran and North Korea are willing to pursue a dialogue with the United States.  The nuclear issue alone should convince Washington of the need for consultation, dialogue, and diplomatic recognition of adversaries.

The United States and Human Rights: a History of Hypocrisy

The United States is a human rights hypocrite.  No country has been more aggressive in lecturing others about human rights and no country has been less willing to take part in international efforts to halt crimes against the peace or even genocide.  The United States has been one of the major obstacles in the creation of an international military force under the auspices of the United Nations to prevent “crimes against the peace.”