Official biographical information
Current Chairman of the Defense Policy Board.
Research fellow at the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research
Member of the Board of Advisors of Foundation for Defense of Democracy
(FDD) , a pro-Israeli organization, which “conducts research and education on
international terrorism – the most serious security threat to the United States and
other free, democratic nations. Perle shares his position on the FDD board with
Charles Krauthammer, William Kristol, and Gary Bauer, all of home are
well-known for their adamant pro-Israeli viewpoints.
Jewish Institute of National Security Affairs (JINSA) board member .
Former chairman and chief executive officer of Hollinger Digital, Inc., the media
management and investment arm of Hollinger International, a newspaper
publishing company (AEI website)
Former director of Jerusalem Post. (AEI website)
Former assistant secretary of defense for international security policy, 1981-1987.
Former staff aid to U.S. Senator Henry Jackson, 1969-1980. (AEI website)
Producer, PBS, The Gulf Crisis: The Road to War, 1992. (AEI website)
M.A., political science, Princeton University. (AEI website)
B.A., University of Southern California. (AEI website)
Additional information about Richard Perle
He is an adamant supporter of Israel.
At present, he has access to all manner of classified information and "he's in the
loop on war planning." (Marshall 12-17-2001)
He was allegedly investigated in 1980s for possible ties to the Israeli espionage
case involving Jonathan Jay Pollard. (Steinberg 10-26-2001)
"An FBI summary of a 1970 wiretap recorded Perle discussing classified
information with someone at the Israeli embassy. He came under fire in 1983
when newspapers reported he received substantial payments to represent the
interests of an Israeli weapons company. Perle denied conflict of interest, insisting
that, although he received payment for these services after he had assumed his
position in the Defense Department, he was between government jobs when he
worked for the Israeli firm." (Findley 1989, chapter 5; see also Saba 1984) http://220.127.116.11/search?q=cache:mERd1nijOdIC:www.cooperativeresearch.org/org