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General (Ret.) Wesley Clark

General Wesley Clark (Ret) senior fellow at UCLA's Burkle Center for international relations

General (Ret.) Wesley Clark appears in the following:

Retired General Wesley Clark on the Pitfalls of Wartime Decisions

Wednesday, October 08, 2014

Retired General Wesley K. Clark says that making decisions in the midst of war and conflict is a poor substitute for the country's long-term strategic vision.

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What President-elect Obama needs to know about NATO

Monday, December 01, 2008

Our series America's Briefing Book continues with former Supreme Commander of NATO General (Ret.) Wesley Clark helping us find out what President-elect Barack Obama needs to know about NATO. Clark names some external security challenges for Barack Obama, including finding the right way to get out of Iraq. He says this accord between Iraq and the US is positive but not the final answer. Clark also says we have to have a strategy for Afghanistan that works and use non-military units of power more.


What President-elect Barack Obama needs to know about the military

Sunday, November 30, 2008

We're continuing our series "America's Briefing Book" with a focus on what President-elect Obama needs to know about the military. As he transitions to Commander-in-Chief, Barack Obama will have to negotiate troop withdrawal from Iraq, wrestle with the best method of defeating Al Qadea cells in Afghanistan and ensure that the U.S. provides for the welfare of servicemen and women at home and abroad. Joining us is General Wesley Clark, former Supreme Allied Commander Europe for NATO and a presidential candidate in the 2004 democratic primaries.


A Time to Lead

Monday, September 17, 2007

In his new memoir, A Time to Lead, General Wesley Clark reflects on a distinguished military career, reveals what motivated his 2004 presidential campaign, and ponders the future of American politics.

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