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Perle is a Consultant to the Secretary of Defense and Consultant to several U.S. and multinational companies. From 1981 to 1987 he held the position of Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Policy, among other U.S. Government inter-agency groups.

"When he is not too busy at the Pentagon, or too busy running Hollinger Digital - part of the group that publishes the Daily Telegraph in Britain - or at board meetings of the Jerusalem Post, Mr Perle is "resident fellow" at one of the thinktanks - the  American Enterprise Institute (AEI). Mr Perle's close friend and political ally at AEI is  David Wurmser , head of its Middle East studies department. Mr Perle helpfully wrote the introduction to Mr Wurmser's book, Tyranny's Ally: America's Failure to Defeat Saddam Hussein.

"We are going to have to take the war against [the terrorists] often to other people's territory, and all of the norms of international order make it difficult to do that. So the president has to reshape fundamental attitudes toward those norms, or we are going to have our hands tied by an antiquated institution [the traditional international system] that is not capable of defending us." Long-time Washington cold warrior Richard N. Perle is a man of many hats: Pentagon policy adviser, former Likud policy adviser, media manager, international investor, op-ed writer, talk show guest, think tank expert and, most of all, a man who ardently wants Saddam Hussein toppled. Known in Washington circles as "The Prince of Darkness", Perle is associated with the American Enterprise Institute and the Project for the New American Century, both of which have been prominent behind-the-scenes architects of the Bush administration's foreign policy, in particular its push for war with Iraq. He is closely allied with Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz, another Iraq hawk. Perle is also a vocal supporter of Israel and a critic of Saudi Arabia. Perle is on the Advisory Board of the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA), and is chairman of the Defense Policy Board, a Defense Department advisory group composed primarily of former government officials, retired military officers, and academics.

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Several prominent neocons (including former Assistant Defense Secretary Richard Perle, Douglas Feith, David Wurmser, Meyrav Wurmser and Robert Loewenberg) advised Netanyahu's 1996 campaign and urged a new strategy for "securing the realm.
The campaign was driven by the Russophobic neoconservative cabal that included Paul Wolfowitz, Richard Pipes, Richard Perle and a handful of old anti-Soviet hardliners such as Paul Nitze and Lt. Gen. Daniel Graham. It began with a 1974 article in The ...
Several prominent neocons (including former Assistant Defense Secretary Richard Perle, Douglas Feith, David Wurmser, Meyrav Wurmser and Robert Loewenberg) advised Netanyahu's 1996 campaign and urged a new strategy for "securing the realm.
Another paper which gives an idea of Israel's enduring interest in engineering the fracturing of neighboring Arab states is one produced in 1996 by a team led by Richard Perle. 'A Clean Break: A New Strategy For Securing The Realm' proposed that Israel ...
Prioritizing foreign over domestic policy, Jackson's former aides Richard Perle, Douglas Feith, and Elliott Abrams - along with some fellow travelers like Paul Wolfowitz - eventually shifted their allegiance to the right-wing Republican Ronald Reagan.
Ya no es secreto el papel que tuvieron halcones como Donald Rumsfeld, Paul Wolfowitz, Richard Perle, Richard Armitage o el vice Dick Cheney para "reencauzar" el rumbo del exgobernador tejano. El "Proyecto para el nuevo siglo americano", que los ...
The first citation is "A Clean Break: A New Strategy For Securing The Realm" by known anti-Arab Jewish Zionists including Richard Perle, Charles Fairbanks, Jr., Douglas Feith, Robert Loewenberg, David Wurmser, and others. It is noteworthy that this ...
Notorious individuals who infiltrated the US body politic through this method include the architects of the 2003 Iraq invasion, Paul Wolfowitz, Richard Perle and Douglas Feith, and the earlier generation as the permanent representative at the UN ...
Now that Scooter Libby has been dealt with, is Richard Perle next for the Fitzgerald treatment? Plus the strange scribblings of the Republican elite.
"The US policy going back to 2001 according to Wikileaks has been the neoconservative fascist modeled plan of people like Richard Perle and Michael Ledeen to create the greatest chaos and catastrophe with the greatest human cost possible in Syria," ...
Subsequently, the president and his cronies - Dick Cheney, Condoleezza Rice, Donald Rumsfeld, Paul Wolfowitz and Richard Perle cooked up reasons to launch invasions of two countries - first Afghanistan then Iraq. Both actions led to years of chaotic ...
The fact that every country employs Lobbyists and that the Lobbyists don't always register as foreign agents, such as Israel's lobbyists, or if news reports at the time were correct, neocon Richard Perle who represented Turkey in Washington. Democrats ...
The fact that every country employs Lobbyists and that the Lobbyists don't always register as foreign agents, such as Israel's lobbyists, or if news reports at the time were correct, neocon Richard Perle who represented Turkey in Washington. Democrats ...
The fact that every country employs Lobbyists and that the Lobbyists don't always register as foreign agents, such as Israel's lobbyists, or if news reports at the time were correct, neocon Richard Perle who represented Turkey in Washington (Read an ...
The fact that every country employs Lobbyists and that the Lobbyists don't always register as foreign agents, such as Israel's lobbyists, or if news reports at the time were correct, neocon Richard Perle who represented Turkey in Washington. Democrats ...
Don't buy into what Richard Perle said that within a year, a boulevard in Baghdad would be named in honor of George W. Bush.
Kagan has generally been lumped in with neo-cons like Boot, Paul Wolfowitz, Elliot Abrams, and Richard Perle - the latter three of whom helped design the invasion of Iraq - but he calls himself a liberal interventionist and supported Hillary Clinton ...
... were prominent neoconservatives (Paul Wolfowitz, Richard Perle), liberal interventionists (Madeline Albright, Jeffery Sachs), realists (Dimitri Simes), academics (Robert Legvold, Frederick Starr, Graham Allison), former diplomats and negotiators ...
Richard Perle and Grover Norquist were among the people Wilders met on that tour, and they inspired him to think about setting up a party dedicated to lowering taxes.
"This is dangerous, wishful thinking," co-wrote then-Senator Jon Kyl, Republican of Arizona, and Richard Perle, Reagan-era Cold Warrior, in response to Obama's disarmament plan.
... Friedman of the "Chicago school" of finance (which is correctly described as "economic genocide" at one point in the book), but there are many other soulless individuals whose sins are touched on, including: Donald Rumsfeld, Richard Perle, Dick ...
"This is dangerous, wishful thinking," co-wrote then-Senator Jon Kyl, Republican of Arizona, and Richard Perle, Reagan-era Cold Warrior, in response to Obama's disarmament plan.
It gave what it termed "a partial list" of these neoconservatives: U.S. government officials Richard Perle, Paul Wolfowitz, Douglas Feith, and Eliot Abrams, and journalists William Kristol and Charles Krauthammer.
It gave what it termed "a partial list" of these neoconservatives: U.S. government officials Richard Perle, Paul Wolfowitz, Douglas Feith, and Eliot Abrams, and journalists William Kristol and Charles Krauthammer.
Former Reagan and Bush defense advisor Richard Perle weighs in on National Security Advisor Mike Flynn in an interview with Steve Malzberg of Newsmax.
President Reagan also credentialed into the Executive Branch a new group of pro-Israeli American officials the likes of Elliott Abrams, Richard Perle, Michael Ledeen and Jeane Kirkpatrick who became known as the neocons. Yet, despite Reagan's pro ...
It was an agenda that was pursued through the Project for a New American Century (PNAC), which had among its articulators individuals such as Robert Kagan, William Kristol, Peter Rodman, Richard Perle, and Elliot Abrams. If there was a common thread ...
La prima lettera, datata 26 gennaio 1998, era stata congegnata dal Project for New American Century (PNAC), un think tank neoconservatore fervente sostenitore di un intervento militare diretto contro l'Iraq che annoverava i nomi di Richard Perle ...
Elliott Abrams, like Dick Cheney, Paul Wolfowitz, Richard Perle and other extremely controversial officials from the State and Defense departments during the Reagan years, was called one of the "crazies" by the regular government bureaucrats.
The clamorous response from the 1990s onward by Cohen and William Kristol, William J. Bennett, Midge Decter, Charles Hill, Donald Kagan, Robert Kagan, Charles Krauthammer, Richard Perle, Martin Peretz, Norman Podhoretz, Leon Wieseltier, and others ...
It was an agenda that was pursued through the Project for a New American Century (PNAC) which had as its articulators, individuals such as Robert Kagan, William Kristol, Peter Rodman, Richard Perle, and Elliot Abrams, among others. If there was a ...
Assistant Secretary of Defense Richard Perle said that he'd give Sagan an F. "I didn't hear a word of science this morning," Perle declared.
Later on, right wing Jews such as Paul Wolfowitz and Richard Perle were blamed for America's disastrous war in Iraq instead of George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice.
Richard Perle, meanwhile, was chairman of the Defense Policy Board Advisory Committee from 2001 to 2003 under Bush. He sought, according to The Wall Street Journal, an oil field contract in Kurdistan in 2008 with a Turkish firm, AK Group International, ...
And why was Iran mentioned in the context of attacking it in a paper written for Netanyahu in 1996 by some George Bush Advisors Former United States Assistant Secretary of Defense Richard Perle was the "Study Group Leader," but the final report ...
Richard Perle, a longtime assoCIAte of Paul Wolfowitz and Donald Rumsfeld, said that "CIA's analysis isn't worth the paper it's printed on.
This all follows the game plan for regime change throughout the Middle East as laid out in 'Operation Clean Break', Bibi Netanyahyu's master plan for realizing hegemony in the Middle East that he put together in 1996 (prepared by Richard Perle ...
... to the Republican national state elections committee and George W. Bush gifted flyweight Doug Feith a Pentagon policymaking position and gave neoconservatives free run of the administration, from Scooter Libby to Elliott Abrams to Richard Perle to ...
Eight member team comprising Richard Perle, Douglas Feith, David Wurmser, his wife Meyrav Wurmser, James Colbert, John Bolton, Charles Fairbanks, Jr.
... in the 1970s as "the equivalent of a doctorate in grand strategy and a black belt in masochism," and said she learned much both from the former National Security Advisor and secretary of state and from the former Reagan Pentagon official Richard Perle.
The policy was authored by Richard Perle and other neoconservatives who later became powerful officials in the Bush administration.
Among them Richard Perle, who became chairman of the Defence Policy Board at the Pentagon and Douglas Feith, who secured an undersecretary post in the same institution under Bush.
Few remember the anti-Iraq war speech that a then-unknown Illinois State Senator delivered in 2002, denouncing "the cynical attempt by Richard Perle and Paul Wolfowitz and other armchair, weekend warriors in this administration to shove their own ...
BBC's cosy live magazine programme The One Show is not known for tough questions or embarrassing moments. Yesterday, however, presenter Alex Jones asked Sir Cliff Richard why he was appearing on the show while suing the BBC.
Prioritizing foreign over domestic policy, Jackson's former aides Richard Perle, Douglas Feith, and Elliott Abrams - along with some fellow travelers like Paul Wolfowitz - eventually shifted their allegiance to the right-wing Republican Ronald Reagan.
In the same year the US Congress passed the Jackson-Vanik Amendment (drafted by Richard Perle), which emerged as a symbol of the country's "new political agenda" - economic war against the Soviet Union using sanctions and boycotts.
They included Richard Perle, Paul Wolfowitz and Donald Rumsfeld - three men we would all hear a lot more from in the build-up to war with Iraq.
It features a panel of 16 Bush-era neoconservatives - among them Paul Wolfowitz, Eliot Cohen and Richard Perle - with the line: "Architects of the illegal Iraq war.


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