Explore the Books of Winston Langley
The book contends that war between the US and China will come about, if the U.S. insists on denying China international equality.
The U.S. is facing many problems which could have been avoided, if it had not bypassed (the sleep) opportunities to solve them.
The work covers progressive deterioration of human rights in Turkey, for a variety of groups—ethnic, national, gender, professional, religious, refugee, sexual orientation, children, among others.
The work is an elaboration of a short play about the vital importance of truthfulness in the lives and well-being of individuals as well as societies. It argues that the relative absence of this value from social and public life, despite its acknowledged importance, is because people lack the moral courage necessary to embody it in their personal, social, and professional lives.
A major contribution to an understanding of the national poet of Bangladesh, whose work has been timeless and has universal application.
A look at the behavior of countries, in dealing with the global norms of human rights.
Award winning work on the uncensored voices of women, in the United States, as they struggled for their human rights.
A documentary source of the sixty major global instruments in the field of human rights.
A documentary reference source with commentary on the rights of women, everywhere.