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Frank J. Gaffney Jr.

Frank J. Gaffney Jr.

Frank Gaffney is the founder and president of the Center for Security Policy in Washington, D.C. Under Mr. Gaffney's leadership, the Center has been nationally and internationally recognized as a resource for timely, informed and penetrating analyses of foreign and defense policy matters. Mr. Gaffney also contributes actively to these debates in his capacity as a columnist for the Washington Times and as a monthly contributor to Defense News and Investor's Business Daily. He is a contributing editor to National Review Online and a columnist for TownHall.com, FrontPageMag.com and JewishWorldReview.com.

Mr. Gaffney also contributes actively to these debates in his capacity as a columnist for the Washington Times and as a monthly contributor to Defense News and Investor's Business Daily. He is a contributing editor to National Review Online and a columnist for American Spectator Online, WorldNetDaily.com and JewishWorldReview.com. He is a featured weekly contributor to Hugh Hewitt's nationally syndicated radio program and appears frequently on national and international television and radio programs. In addition, his op.ed. articles have appeared, among other places, in The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The New Republic,The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Christian Science Monitor, The Los Angeles Times, and Newsday.

In April 1987, Mr. Gaffney was nominated by President Reagan to become the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Policy, the senior position in the Defense Department with responsibility for policies involving nuclear forces, arms control and U.S.-European defense relations. He acted in that capacity for seven months during which time, he was the Chairman of the prestigious High Level Group, NATO's senior politico-military committee. He also represented the Secretary of Defense in key U.S.-Soviet negotiations and ministerial meetings.

From August 1983 until November 1987, Mr. Gaffney was the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Nuclear Forces and Arms Control Policy under Assistant Secretary Richard Perle. From February 1981 to August 1983, Mr. Gaffney was a Professional Staff Member on the Senate Armed Services Committee, chaired by Senator John Tower (R-Texas). In the latter 1970's, Mr. Gaffney served as an aide to the late Senator Henry M. "Scoop" Jackson (D-Washington) in the areas of defense and foreign policy.

Mr. Gaffney holds a Master of Arts degree in International Studies from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies and a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service from the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service.

Mr. Gaffney was born in 1953 and resides in the Washington area.

Recent articles by Frank J. Gaffney Jr.

KERRY'S BAIT AND SWITCHTownhallAugust 24, 2004
THE BATTLE OF IRAQNROMay 28, 2004
POLITICIAN ABUSENational Review OnlineMay 21, 2004
FEITH'S FIGHTNational Review OnlineApril 30, 2004
UNACTIONABLEWashington TimesApril 13, 2004
DON'T GET LOSTNROMarch 18, 2004
DIRTY DEMOCRACYNational Review OnlineMarch 15, 2004
TERROR'S FRIEND IN COURTNational Review OnlineFebruary 23, 2004
REYKJAVIC IITowhnallFebruary 16, 2004
A FATEFUL CHOICEThe Washington TimesFebruary 10, 2004
GET THEE TO THE CIANational Review OnlineJanuary 29, 2004
MISLEADERSHIPWashington TimesJanuary 20, 2004
ON THE VISION THINGWashington TimesJanuary 13, 2004
SOME UNHELPFUL FREE-LANCINGWashington TimesJanuary 6, 2004
THE THREAT AT HOMEWashington TimesDecember 30, 2003
MOAMMAR'S MAKEOVERWashington TimesDecember 23, 2003
A 'SOMETIME' THING?WASHINGTON TIMESDecember 2, 2003
A NON-STARTERWASHINGTON TIMESNovember 25, 2003
CHINOOK DOWNWASHINGTON TIMESNovember 4, 2003
WAR OF IDEASWASHINGTON TIMESOctober 28, 2003
"ENEMY SIGHTINGS"WASHINGTON TIMESOctober 21, 2003
PREACHING TERRORWASHINGTON TIMESOctober 14, 2003
INDESIRABLE INFLUENCEWashington TimesJune 17, 2003
Perils for U.S.Washington TimesMay 28, 2003
Saudi terror watchWashington TimesMay 20, 2003
Tools of TransformationWashington TimesMay 16, 2003
Mideast Road TrapWashington TimesMay 6, 2003
Shooting the MessengerWashington TimesApril 28, 2003
Who's next in line?Washington TimesApril 15, 2003
Winning the peaceWashington TimesApril 8, 2003
Iraq belongs to IraqisWashington TimesApril 1, 2003
The 'Fifth Column' SyndromeWashington TimesMarch 29, 2003
Moment for TruthWashington TimesMarch 18, 2003
Turks in the MiddleWashington TimesMarch 4, 2003
Who is with President Bush?Washington TimesFebruary 18, 2003
Islamists White House gatekeeperWashington TimesFebruary 11, 2003
On to BaghdadNational Review OnlineFebruary 5, 2003
The Powell reportWashington TimesFebruary 4, 2003
Bush's Hour to ShineWashington TimesJanuary 28, 2003
The Enemy WithinNational Review OnlineOctober 29, 2002
Lining up against the U.S.Washington TimesOctober 29, 2002
Drain the SwampsWashington TimesOctober 17, 2002
Confronted by TemptationsWashington TimesOctober 13, 2002
Wobbles... and weapons anxietiesWashington TimesSeptember 17, 2002
Time to shape up or ship outWashington TimesSeptember 5, 2002
If necessary, the US must act aloneNational PostAugust 28, 2002
Beware 'consensus leadership'Washington TimesAugust 27, 2002
The Wahaby Lobby LosesFox News ChannelAugust 21, 2002
To Iraq... or not to IraqWashington TimesAugust 20, 2002
Trading with the 'enemy'Washington TimesAugust 14, 2002
Board room ties with terrorismWashington TimesJuly 23, 2002
Political moment of truth on defenseWashington TimesJune 25, 2002
Rethinking peacekeepingWashington TimesJune 2, 2002
First principles in the MideastWashington PostApril 2, 2002
Nuclear reform overdueUSA TodayMarch 17, 2002
Statecraft by surpriseWashington TimesMarch 5, 2002
Land for Peace is a Losing TradeLos Angeles TimesFebruary 27, 2002
Rumsfeld's 'now hear this'Washington TimesFebruary 26, 2002
How America must Respond to BarbarismWall Street JournalFebruary 25, 2002
Where's the outrage?Washington TimesFebruary 19, 2002
Intelligence postmortemWashington TimesFebruary 12, 2002
Suddenly spinning on the 'evil axis'Washington TimesFebruary 5, 2002
Who pulled plug on China bugs?Washington TimesJanuary 22, 2002
No 'need to know'Washington TimesJanuary 15, 2002
Sentenced to denuclearizeWashington TimesJanuary 8, 2002
Unhidden dragon in standoffWashington TimesJanuary 4, 2002

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