General Wesley Clark
said Turkey has always supported ISIL in some way, and does its best to preserve the terrorist organization.
China's foreign policy relies on keenly calculated self-interest, at the expense of the international institutions, standards and obligations the United States has sought to champion," writes retired US Army General Wesley Clark
in an opinion essay for the New York Times.
RECon, the global retail real estate convention, has expanded its speaker lineup for next week adding Howard Schultz, chairman of Starbucks Coffee Company and General Wesley Clark
, former NATO supreme allied commander and presidential candidate.
The command came from Nato's American general Wesley Clark
who, Blunt claims, told him to remove the Russians "by any means".
and Stephen Bova announced last week that they have formed the Clark Bova Group LLC of Little Rock to provide management consultihg services to businesses and government agencies worldwide.
, the former commander of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, worried about the course of the conflict.
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The Internet has empowered citizen activism just as television had weakened it, argue Feld (a political consultant who served as the "netroots" consultant for the 2006 Senatorial campaign of Jim Webb) and Wilcox (a political consultant with the WebStrong Group), citing the MoveOn petition opposing the impeachment of Bill Clinton as an early example of such activism and the "insurgent" presidential campaigns of Howard Dean and Wesley Clark
as major milestones in the explosion of "netroots" activism.
But then, a new tagline started appearing in the e-mails of Howard Dean, Ted Kennedy, Paul Hackett, Wesley Clark
, and several others: "Enough is enough.
should remember that war did indeed bring democracy to America and helped preserve it through many conflicts since then.
Nine days after the 9/11 attacks, former NATO Supreme Commander Wesley Clark
was told by a three-star general who had previously served under him that Bush officials were determined to invade Iraq even if Saddam had nothing to do with the attacks.