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Richard Perle

Richard Perle

Richard Perle is a Resident Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (AEI). His research areas are defense, intelligence, national security, Europe, Middle East, Russian region. He has previously served as Assistant Secretary of Defense for international security policy (1981-1987), and on the U.S. Senate staff (1969-1980). He received his M.A. in political science at Princeton University, and his B.A. at the University of Southern California.

Mr. Perle also presently serves as Chairman of the Defense Policy Board, Department of Defense, Chairman and CEO of Hollinger Digital, and Director of The Jerusalem Post.

Mr. Perle has written articles for the New York Times, Washington Post, Washington Times, U.S. News & World Report, Wall Street Journal, Evening Standard (London), Times Literary Supplement, and Jerusalem Post. He has appeared on television on ABC's Nightline and This Week, CBS's Face the Nation, NBC's Meet the Press and Today Show, and PBS's NewsHour. Mr. Perle also produced PBS's The Gulf Crisis: The Road to War (1992)

Mr. Perle has testified before Congressional committees and Geneva summits under the Reagan administration.

Mr. Perle is the author of Hard Line (1992), and editor of Reshaping Western Security (1991).

Recent articles by Richard Perle

TOO HEAVY A HANDNew York TimesMarch 16, 2008
HOW THE CIA FAILED AMERICAWashington PostMay 11, 2007
VANITY UNFAIR: A RESPONSE TO VANITY FAIRNRONovember 5, 2006
WHY DID BUSH BLINK ON IRAN? (ASK CONDI)Washington PostJune 25, 2006
DEATH OF A COLD WARRIORWeekly StandardApril 3, 2006
RICHARD PERLE - TRANSCRIPT OF "BILL O'REILLY: PERSONAL SEGMENT"Fox NewsFebruary 18, 2005
A HAWK'S VIEW: PERLE SPEAKS OUTThe Prague PostOctober 28, 2004
RICHARD PERLE'S COMMENTS AT AEI "IRAQ HAND-OFF" PANELAEI EventJune 21, 2004
THE REAGAN I KNEWBenador OnlineJune 11, 2004
HOW THEY MISJUDGED THE REAGAN I KNEWThe Telegraph LondonJune 6, 2004
STATEMENT OF RICHARD PERLE BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS, UNITED STATES SENATEApril 20, 2004
PERLE: THE MIDDLE EAST NEEDS A FEW MORE ATATURKSZaman Daily NewspaperApril 13, 2004
TRANSCRIPT: RICHARD PERLE "SUNDAY PROFILE" AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATIONABC AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION, ASIA PACIFICApril 11, 2004
RICHARD PERLE'S RESIGNATION LETTERFebruary 27, 2004
"AN END TO EVIL" FRONTPAGE MAGAZINE INTERVIEWS RICHARD PERLEFront Page MagazineFebruary 18, 2004
BIG TEST FOR THE CONTENDERSNew York TimesJanuary 21, 2004
AN END TO EVIL - BOOK REVIEW: BREATHLESSLY TO VICTORYThe EconomistJan 8th 2004
AN END TO EVIL - BOOK REVIEW: THE GOOD FIGHTWashington PostJanuary 4, 2004
BEWARE THE SOFT-LINE IDEOLOGUESWall Street JournalJanuary 7, 2004
L'ADMINISTRATION DE L'IRAK PAR L'ONU EST UNE MAUVAISE IDEELE FIGAROAugust 28, 2003
GAS STATIONS IN THE SKYWall Street JournalAugust 14, 2003
LESSONS OF OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOMAEIAugust 11, 2003
RELAX, CELEBRATE VICTORYUSA TodayMay 2, 2003
For the RecordWall Street JournalMarch 31, 2003
United they fallThe SpectatorMarch 22, 2003
Why the West Must Strike First against Saddam HusseinDaily TelegraphAugust 9, 2002
The U.S. Must Strike at Saddam HusseinNew York TimesDecember 28, 2001

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