November 22 2012
Douglas Feith is a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute
and director of their Center for National Security Strategies. He served as Under Secretary of Defense for Policy from July, 2001, until August, 2005, helping to devise the U.S. government's strategy for the war on terrorism and contributing to policy for the Afghanistan and Iraq campaigns. During the Reagan Administration, Mr. Feith worked at the White House as a Middle East specialist for the National Security Council.