You are cordially invited to a book lecture on the topic of

The Cold War: Law, Lawyers, Spies and Crises 

with 
Arthur T. Downey
former Director of the Bureau of East-West Trade at the Commerce Department, State Department lawyer, diplomat, and government official 

Monday, September 19 
4:00-5:30 PM

The Institute of World Politics
1521 16th Street NW
Washington, D.C.

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About this lecture: coldwar

Join IWP for a book lecture by Arthur T. Downey on the subject of his recent work The Cold War: Law, Lawyers, Spies and Crises. 

About the author:

Arthur T. Downey (Washington, D.C.) has lectured at the Smithsonian, taught at Georgetown University Law Center, and is a member of the bar of the District of Columbia. He lived through the Cold War as a student, lawyer, diplomat, and government official. He is the author of Civil War Lawyers (ABA: 2010). Mr. Downey also served on the National Security Council from 1969-1972, as the director of the Bureau of East-West Trade at the Commerce Department, and as a lawyer for the State Department. He is the author of Civil War Lawyers, and The Creole Affair: The Slave Rebellion that led the US and Britain to the Brink of War.