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Richard L Armitage

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  • The architect of his own collapse

    WHEN I WAS ASSIGNED to the U.S. Pacific Command in the mid-1980s, we military officers would often discuss the ambassadors in our theater of operations — a huge area embracing more than 30 countries and most of the Pacific and Indian oceans. One...
  • One coup after another

    As Pakistan's President Pervez Musharraf completes what is being called his second coup — eliminating opposition through emergency powers and consolidating the strong grip on rule he first seized in 1999 — it's hard to remember when Pakistan wasn't...
  • Iraq may be Obama's first 'test'

    Iraq may be Obama's first 'test'
    Alot of ink has been spilled decrying Democratic vice presidential candidate Joe Biden's comment that Barack Obama -- if elected -- will be tested in a foreign policy crisis early in his term. In fact, Biden was only being responsible and realistic. A...
  • Our ally in Islamabad

    Our ally in Islamabad
    Today's question: The Bush administration has chosen to make Pakistan -- a nuclear country with a history of sharing its secrets and an enemy of our friends in India -- a key ally in the war against terror. What is the future of our relationship with...
  • 'Robin Hood' Targets Third Season

    BBC America will bring back "Robin Hood" for a third season, but its title character may not stick around beyond that. The cable channel is co-producing the new season of the show, which is currently filming in Hungary, with production company Tiger...
  • Columnist, TV Commentator Robert Novak Dies

    Columnist, TV Commentator Robert Novak Dies
    Robert Novak, the longtime syndicated columnist and television commentator who was at the center of a furor late in his career as the first journalist to disclose the identity of CIA operative Valerie Plame, died today. He was 78. Novak died at his...
  • McCain's mixed signals on foreign policy

    Sen. John McCain is well-known for scorching denunciations of Democrats, who he says would raise the "white flag of surrender" by cutting off funds for U.S. troops in Iraq. But 15 years ago, it was McCain himself who startled colleagues by proposing to...
  • Karl Rove: McClellan the one misled

     
    by Mark Silva Among the contentions in former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan's scathing new book about the "culture of deception'' in the White House is a suggestion that Karl Rove, the president's former chief political adviser, and...
  • Karl Rove: Free man in Washington

     
    by Mark Silva Karl Rove, the "architect'' of President Bush's elections, comes in for some post-Modernist criticism in Scott McClellan's hot new book, What Happened. The former press secretary writes of a political genius who pursued political art like a....
  • Plame case documents subpoenaed

     
    by Katie Fretland The House Judiciary Committee has subpoenaed Attorney General Michael Mukasey to turn over documents relating to the leak of CIA agent Valerie Plame's identity -- the case that led to the conviction of former Cheney chief......
  • Bush's 'missed opportunities'

     
    by Mark Silva The ever-impartial folks over at Vanity Fair have rounded up some talking heads for an "oral history'' of the Bush administration. And they have some fairly rough words for the retiring president. Larry Wilkerson, the former assistant......
  • Richard Armitage: Bush's CIA tortured

     
    by Mark Silva Richard Armitage, who served as chief deputy to former Secretary of State Colin Powell, says now that he would have resigned if he had known that the CIA was interrogating suspected terrorists with "water-boarding,'' that simulated drowning....