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Powell remains firm on Iraq election

NAIROBI, Kenya, Jan. 10 (UPI) -- U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell says Iraq cannot postpone national elections, set for Jan. 30, Voice of America reported Monday.

Firms and non-profits try diplomacy

WASHINGTON, Nov. 19 (UPI) -- Secretary of State Colin Powell's resignation this week, is likely to elicit some concern from European allies who had hoped that President Bush would take grea
EMMANUEL EVITA, UPI Correspondent

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Kissinger archives tell of drunken Nixon ... Amnesty International report rips U.S. ... China launches human rights drive ... Gore calls on Rumsfeld, others to resign ... Watercooler stories from UPI.
By United Press International

Kissinger archives tell of drunken Nixon

WASHINGTON, May 26 (UPI) -- A Henry Kissinger telephone transcript released in Washington Wednesday suggests President Richard Nixon was once too drunk to speak with a prime minister.

Bush mulls new intelligence director post

WASHINGTON, April 16 (UPI) -- The Bush administration is considering creating a new position for a director of national intelligence to consolidate the work of 15 agencies.

Bush to tackle illegal workers

WASHINGTON, Dec. 24 (UPI) -- Suspect information that Iraq tried to get uranium from Africa was used by the White House to gain new support for using force against Iraq.

White House faulted on Iraq uranium claim

WASHINGTON, Dec. 24 (UPI) -- Suspect information that Iraq tried to get uranium from Africa was used by the White House to gain new support for using force against Iraq. The administration was so keen to garner new support it disregarded intelligence community warnings the informatio

'Sleeping with the Devil,' and the Saudis

SAN DIEGO, Aug. 11 (UPI) -- Robert Baer is a retired CIA agent and the author of "See No Evil," a chronicle of the CIA and its loss of power and efficiency in the last few years.
SHIRLEY SAAD

Academic View: Bush's fateful choice

NEW YORK, March 10 (UPI) -- In the next few days President George W. Bush will make a final decision about war and peace; whichever way he decides will set off tremendous global tremors and may indeed be fateful in many other respects.
ALON BEN-MEIR

Bob Woodward details pre-Iraq White House

WASHINGTON, Nov. 17 (UPI) -- Secretary of State Colin Powell was a major architect of the Bush administration's acceptance of a softer approach to Iraq, using U.N. weapons inspectors instea

Election 2002: Bush changes the debate

(Part of UPI's Special Report on Election 2002)
NICHOLAS M. HORROCK, UPI Chief White House Correspondent

Think tanks wrap-up

WASHINGTON, Sept. 14 (UPI) -- The UPI think tank wrap-up is a daily digest covering brief opinion pieces, reactions to recent news events and position statements released by various think ta

White House Watch: Who is next?

WASHINGTON, Sept. 9 (UPI) -- Imagine yourself the leader of a small or medium sized nation sitting in the United Nations General Assembly Thursday listening to the leader of the most powerful military machine in the history of the world tell you that he now has a policy of "pre-empti
NICHOLAS M. HORROCK, UPI Chief White House Correspondent

Washington Agenda-General

UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL
By United Press International

Sept. 11: George W. Bush's moment

The attacks on that September morning startled him, perhaps even shook him for a time and history may never know the truth. But very quickly George W. Bush, an inexperienced president, just finishing the eighth month of what the media had already decided
NICHOLAS M. HORROCK, UPI Chief White House Correspondent
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Brent Scowcroft
WASHINGTON - DECEMBER 30: (L-R) Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, former National Security Advisor Brent Scowcroft and former Senate Minority Leader Bob Dole attend funeral services for former U.S. President Gerald Ford in the Rotunda of the U.S. Capitol December 30, 2006 in Washington, DC. Ford's body will lie in state at the U.S. Capitol until Tuesday. Ford, the 38th President of the United States, died at the age of 93 on December 26. (Photo by Mark Wilson-Pool/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Alan Greenspan;Henry Kissinger;Brent Scowcroft;Bob Dole
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Brent Scowcroft, KBE (born March 19, 1925) was the United States National Security Advisor under Presidents Gerald Ford and George H. W. Bush and a Lieutenant General in the United States Air Force. He also served as Military Assistant to President Richard Nixon and as Deputy Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs in the Nixon and Ford administrations. He served as Chairman of the President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board under President George W. Bush from 2001 to 2005. He also assisted President Barack Obama in choosing his national security team.

Brent Scowcroft was born in Ogden, Utah to Lucile Scowcroft (formerly Ballantyne) and James Scowcroft, a grocer and business owner. He is a descendant of early 19th century immigrants from England, Scotland, Denmark, and Norway.

He received his undergraduate degree and commission into the Army Air Forces from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1947. Scowcroft also earned an M.A. in 1953 and Ph.D. in 1967 from Columbia University.

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