Rumsfeld


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Rumsfeld

(ˈrʌmsˌfɛlt; ˈrʌmz-)
n
(Biography) Donald (Henry). born 1932, US Republican politician and businessman: Secretary of Defense (2001–06)
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I have just finished watching the film "The Unknown Known" by Errol Morris, which is a long interview with Donald Rumsfeld, the former Secretary of Defence during the Iraq war, and cannot stop thinking about Rumsfeld's role in the use of torture, for which he was widely condemned.
In his remarkable new film, The Unknown Known, the American director, Errol Morris, paints a portrait of Donald Rumsfeld which confirms what many perhaps always suspected: That the former US Secretary of Defense inhabits a world of his own, or one shared only by the likes of ex-US President George W.
Rumsfeld has a wealth of life experience--in the private sector, the military, and the government--to draw upon for his insights and thoughts about leadership and management.
Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld expressed firm support this weekend for Israel's position on the Iran nuclear issue and said that international sanctions have not influenced the Iranian regime.
Washington, June 1 ( ANI ): Former US defense secretary Donald Rumsfeld has reportedly scoffed at praise for President Barack Obama for ordering the killing of Osama bin Laden, saying he would have 'recommended the operation in a minute'.
Secretary of Defense (SecDef) Rumsfeld left the Bush Administration in 2006 and practically disappeared from sight until the publication of this memoir, a substantial and clearly written work that in all likelihood will be viewed, above all else, as an apologia.
Former secretary of defense Donald Rumsfeld admits he made a few mistakes.
Rumsfeld defends the Bush administration's decision to wage war in Iraq, though he is critical of intelligence failures and a lack of post-war planning.
Donald Rumsfeld, the former secretary of defense in the Bush administration, is an example of a leader in a management position.
Known and Unknown: A Memoir by Donald Rumsfeld, New York: Sentinel (the Penguin Group,) ISBN 978-1-59523-067-6, 815 pages, $36.
Bush believed deeply that people desire to be free," Donald Rumsfeld tells me in his downtown Washington office, only a few blocks from the White House.
I'd like to see some of those countries develop closer relationships with NATO in the Partnerships for Peace programs where the militaries of those countries could develop good relationships with the Unites States military and with the militaries of the Western European countries," Rumsfeld told Silk Road Newsline in an interview.