Melvin Goodman

Melvin A. Goodman is a senior fellow at the Center for International Policy and a professor of government at Johns Hopkins University.  A former CIA analyst, Goodman is the author of Failure of Intelligence: The Decline and Fall of the CIA and National Insecurity: The Cost of American Militarism. and A Whistleblower at the CIA. His most recent book is “American Carnage: The Wars of Donald Trump” (Opus Publishing), and he is the author of the forthcoming “The Dangerous National Security State” (2020).” Goodman is the national security columnist for counterpunch.org.

The Biden Administration and the Chaotic Middle East

Team Biden: Diplomatic and Strategic Failure

Countering the National Security State

When Imagination Failed: Revisiting Intelligence Failures

Biden’s Quandary: Proxy Wars and Endless Wars

Biden’s Possible Strategic Blunder

George Shultz’s Character Study of Robert Gates

Biden: “Boxed-In” by the Military Establishment?

How to Question William Burns, Biden’s Pick to Head the CIA

China: Enemy Du Jour?  But Why?

9/11 and January 6: the Enormous Cost of intelligence Failure

Bibi and Jonathan Pollard: Two Anti-American Peas in Their Own Pod

Burns at the CIA

A Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin Will Widen the Civil-Military Gap

Repairing Trump’s Carnage: Fixing Our “Democracy”

An Open Letter to Biden: Selecting a CIA Director

Trump’s Carnage: Testing America’s “Democracy”

Obama and the Search for Audacity

Biden’s Pentagon Pick: a Five-Sided Blunder

Obama’s Memoir Offers Insights Into Major Shortcomings

Biden and the Lost Art of Political Cabinetry

Trump Leaves Biden a Quarantine…But Against China

Biden and the CIA

Revisiting “Seven Days in May”

Biden’s Wretched Inheritance

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