Raymond Malley is a retired Senior Foreign Service Officer of the U.S. Department of State and Agency for International Development, with 30 years of negotiating and management experience worldwide. He is also a retired business executive and Air Force Officer. He is a graduate of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.
Book Titles: Letters and Such (2022); My Life and Thoughts, the Formative Years (2014); My Global Life, a Conversation with Raymond Malley (2012); Cold Waters, Being Notes Regarding Ship Voyages in the Arctic, Antarctica, and the
North Atlantic (2018)
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Author's Note: The author rose to senior positions in the U.S. diplomatic corps and global business. His four books describe crisply and vividly his many experiences in Asian and African countries during the Cold War, his numerous diplomatic and business negotiations, his views on national and international problems, and his adventures to the far ends of the earth.
Course Title: Canada Today - Section 1 (Spring Term 2021)
Well organized. I especially liked the news reports. It's refreshing to see the world from the perspective of another country.
Covered beautifully all different aspects in easy form
Course Title: Canada Today - Section 2 (Fall Term 2020)
It was a great general introduction to Canada.
Josette and Ray are so knowledgable and well informed.
Course Title: U.S. Diplomacy, Aid, and Soft Power (Fall Term 2018)
The Malleys are so knowledgeable about diplomacy since they both spent so many years in the international work force. The course was very well planned.
Very well-organized presentations and PowerPoints. Also liked having reading assignments and a serious project—got far more out of the class as a result.