Who Profits From War?

Bush ally set to profit from the war on terror (The Observer, 11 May 2003) Advisors of Influence: Nine Members of the Defense Policy Board Have Ties to Defense Contractors (Center for Public Integrity, 28 March 2003) Oil deals for Halliburton's subsidiary are 'wider than first declared' (Independent.co.uk, 8 May 2003) Cheney oil firm widens Iraq role

"A Pentagon adviser, Richard Perle, briefed an investment seminar on ways to profit from conflicts in Iraq and North Korea just weeks after he received a top-secret government document on the crises in the two countries. The revelation yesterday provoked new concerns about conflicts of interest. Mr Perle also serves on the boards of several defence contractors."

Consulting and Policy Overlap: Advisor Perle has given seminars on ways to profit from possible conflicts discussed by defense board he sits on. (Los Angeles Times, 7 May 2003) Seymour M. Hersh: Lunch with the chairman: Why was Richard Perle meeting with Adnan Khashoggi? (The New Yorker, 17 March 2003) Terri Gross interview with business journalist Dan Briody, author of The Iron Triangle: Inside the Secret World of the Carlyle Group (NPR's Fresh Air, 6 May 2003) Lawmaker Decries Halliburton's Iraq Deal Find out more about Richard Perle Find out more about James Woolsey Find out more about Project for a New American Century WarProfiteers.com


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