updated Wed. November 2, 2022
March 16, 2018
The Undersecretary of Defense for Policy Douglas Feith supplied bogus intelligence to the White House on Iraqi WMD and links to terrorist organizations to make the case for war, and then “leaked” this intelligence to key journalists such as Judith Miller at The New York Times. Miller had a front page articleÃâÃÂ ...
Ripon Commonwealth Press
February 28, 2018
So said Douglas Feith, a former official in the George W. Bush and Reagan administrations, during his talk last week at Ripon College. He warned against U.S. leaders adopting a “mirror-imaging fallacy” by determining what a foreign leader will do by looking at themselves in a mirror and saying, “UnderÃâÃÂ ...
February 20, 2018
They can subscribe here for free. On this day in 2002, the Pentagon's Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, Douglas Feith, assured reporters the new “Office of Strategic Influence” wouldn't spread falsehoods as it helped the U.S. fight its Global War on Terrorism. The office would be formally shut down justÃâÃÂ ...
January 31, 2018
To all those struggling to please their boss—to decipher what exactly needs to be “FIXED ASAP” or why exactly the TPS reports need cover sheets at all—allow me to introduce you to Douglas Feith. Feith is best known as the top policy adviser to Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld during George W.
Foreign Policy (blog)
December 12, 2017
By Douglas J. Feith. | December 12, 2017, 3:12 PM. Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem's Old City on Dec. 10, 2017. (Chris McGrath/Getty Images). Formal U.S. recognition of .... Douglas J. Feith, a senior fellow at Hudson Institute, served as the U.S. undersecretary of defense for policy in 2001-2005. He is currently writing aÃâÃÂ ...
Washington Report on Middle East Affairs
December 31, 1999
My answer is simple: because that is precisely what FDD is attempting to do. Just as Douglas Feith, undersecretary of defense for policy, Office of Special Plans, did in 2002 and 2003 for Richard Bruce Cheney to lead us into war with Iraq. I've been there, done that. I don't need the tour. The salient question, though—why doÃâÃÂ ...