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  • '''Douglas J. "Doug" Feith''' is Senior Fellow and Director of the Center for National Security Strat ...ored him in the issues, and introduced him to [[Eugene Rostow]]. <ref name=Feith-War>{{citation
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  • ...studies at the [[American Enterprise Institute]], he worked for [[Douglas Feith]] in the Policy Counterterrorism Evaluation Group. Wurmser transferred to w ...tion Group|Policy Counterterrorism Evaluation Group]] created by [[Douglas Feith]]. This unit focused on finding terrorist linkages ignored by the [[United
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  • .../11, but 9/11 intensified the concern in the Bush Administration.<ref name=Feith-War>{{citation | author = Douglas J. Feith
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  • }}, p. 105</ref> Along with [[Douglas Feith]], he is now a Senior Fellow at the [[Hudson Institute]]. ...]], officially under [[William Luti]], who, in turn, reported to [[Douglas Feith]]. Shulsky's work helped the Administration [[Iraq War, origins of invasion
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  • ...overthrown, it was renamed the Office of Northern Gulf Affairs. <ref name=Feith-War>{{citation | author = Douglas J. Feith
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  • '''Douglas J. "Doug" Feith''' is Senior Fellow and Director of the Center for National Security Strat ...ored him in the issues, and introduced him to [[Eugene Rostow]]. <ref name=Feith-War>{{citation
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  • [[Lieutenant Colonel]], [[U.S. Air Force]], retired; critic of [[Douglas Feith]] and [[Office of Special Plans]]; guest, [[Political Cesspool]]
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  • ...nder [[William Luti]]. ... Shulsky's real boss was somebody like [[Douglas Feith]] or higher" <ref name=Kwiatowski>{{citation ...[Richard Perle]], [[James Colbert]], [[Charles Fairbanks, Jr.]], [[Douglas Feith]], [[Robert Loewenberg]], [[David Wurmser]], and [[Meyrav Wurmser]]}}</ref>
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  • {{r|Douglas Feith}}
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  • ...im "why are you working on Afghanistan? You ought to be working on Iraq." Feith denied this, saying he had been conveying Rumsfeld's thinking about conside He was especially critical of [[Douglas Feith]] and his staff, whom he said "were essentially an extra-governmental organ
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  • {{r|Douglas Feith}}
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  • ...ficant staff jobs in the [[George W. Bush Administration]] under [[Douglas Feith]] and then [[Stephen Hadley]], and now is in private industry; hawk and [[M
    289 B (41 words) - 19:54, 8 August 2009
  • '''William Luti''' was a close adviser of [[Douglas Feith]], eventually rising to Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Policy. In 200 ...t role should the U.S. military be expected to play in this war?"<ref name=Feith-War>{{citation
    6 KB (886 words) - 15:36, 14 July 2009
  • ...ered, could ever make an easy subject for radical reconstruction?<ref name=Feith-War>{{citation | author = Douglas J. Feith
    6 KB (907 words) - 23:33, 27 July 2009
  • ...fted Orders 1 and 2 with Bremer, showed them to Feith on May 9. <ref name=Feith-War>{{citation | author = Douglas J. Feith
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  • {{r|Douglas Feith}}
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  • {{r|Douglas Feith}}
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  • ...on rather than engagement. Signers included [[Elliott Abrams]], [[Douglas Feith]], [[Michael Rubin]], [[Paula Dobriansky]], [[Richard Perle]], [[Jeane Kirk .... The group included [[Frank Gaffney, Jr.]], [[Elliott Abrams]], [[Douglas Feith]] and [[R. James Woolsey]]. Perle was the center of the young group<ref na
    10 KB (1,408 words) - 02:48, 23 January 2010
  • ...le East policy, who advised [[Dick Cheney]], [[John Bolton]] and [[Douglas Feith]] in the [[George W. Bush Administration]], as well as writing extensively
    410 B (54 words) - 01:07, 19 August 2009
  • ...fice, formerly in the [[U.S. Department of Defense]], created by [[Douglas Feith]], under general supervision of [[William Luti]] and directly headed by [[A
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  • {{r|Douglas Feith}}
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