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美国亚洲文化学院副院长Ralph Winnie Jr会见保罗·沃尔福威茨邓迪斯等

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美国亚洲文化学院副院长Ralph Winnie Jr会见保罗·沃尔福威茨邓迪斯等


美国亚洲文化学院国际政策研究中心US-Azerbaijan Convention
May 28-29, 2013

Baku, Azerbaijan


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美国亚洲文化学院副院长 Ralph Winnie Jr. 在阿塞拜疆巴库举办的美国 - 阿塞拜疆会议上会见保罗·沃尔福威茨邓迪斯等


Paul Wolfowitz(Paul Dundes Wolfowitz (born December 22, 1943) is a former United States Ambassador to Indonesia, U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense, President of the World Bank, and former dean of the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University. He is currently a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, working on issues of international economic development, Africa and public-private partnerships,[2] and chairman of the US-Taiwan Business Council.[3]He is a leading neoconservative.[4] As Deputy Secretary of Defense, he was "a major architect of President Bush's Iraq policy and ... its most hawkish advocate."[5] In fact, "the Bush Doctrine was largely [his] handiwork."[6] Donald Rumsfeld in his interview with Fox News on February 8, 2011 said that Wolfowitz was the first to bring up Iraq after the 9/11 attacks during a meeting at the presidential retreat at Camp David.
After serving two years, he resigned as president of the World Bank Group due to scandals described by a Reuters report as "a protracted battle over his stewardship, prompted by his involvement in a high-paying promotion for his companion."[7][8])


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美国亚洲文化学院副院长 Ralph Winnie Jr. 在阿塞拜疆巴库举办的美国 - 阿塞拜疆会议上会见大卫普劳夫


David Plouffe(David Plouffe (/ˈplʌf/; born May 27,[citation needed] 1967)[1][2] is an American political strategist best known as thecampaign manager for Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign in the United States. A long-time Democratic Partycampaign consultant, he was a partner at the party-aligned campaign consulting firm AKPD Message and Media, which he joined in 2000.[3] Plouffe was an outside senior advisor to Obama since the president's first day in office and was then appointed as a Senior Advisor to the President(inside the White House) in 2011 following the resignation of David Axelrod, who went on to start Obama's reelection campaign.[4]) 


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Ralph Winnie Jr 会见保罗·沃尔福威茨邓迪斯
美国亚洲文化学院国际政策研究中心
US-Azerbaijan Convention
May 28-29, 2013

Baku, Azerbaijan



美国亚洲文化学院副院长 Ralph Winnie Jr. 在阿塞拜疆巴库举办的美国 - 阿塞拜疆会议上会见保罗·沃尔福威茨邓迪斯Paul Wolfowitz


(Paul Dundes Wolfowitz (born December 22, 1943) is a former United States Ambassador to Indonesia, U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense, President of the World Bank, and former dean of the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University. He is currently a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, working on issues of international economic development, Africa and public-private partnerships,[2] and chairman of the US-Taiwan Business Council.[3]


He is a leading neoconservative.[4] As Deputy Secretary of Defense, he was "a major architect of President Bush's Iraq policy and ... its most hawkish advocate."[5] In fact, "the Bush Doctrine was largely [his] handiwork."[6] Donald Rumsfeld in his interview with Fox News on February 8, 2011 said that Wolfowitz was the first to bring up Iraq after the 9/11 attacks during a meeting at the presidential retreat at Camp David.
After serving two years, he resigned as president of the World Bank Group due to scandals described by a Reuters report as "a protracted battle over his stewardship, prompted by his involvement in a high-paying promotion for his companion."[7][8]) 


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美国亚洲文化学院副院长 Ralph Winnie Jr. 在阿塞拜疆巴库举办的美国 - 阿塞拜疆会议上会见大卫普劳夫David Plouffe


(David Plouffe (/ˈplʌf/; born May 27,[citation needed] 1967)[1][2] is an American political strategist best known as thecampaign manager for Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign in the United States. A long-time Democratic Partycampaign consultant, he was a partner at the party-aligned campaign consulting firm AKPD Message and Media, which he joined in 2000.[3] Plouffe was an outside senior advisor to Obama since the president's first day in office and was then appointed as a Senior Advisor to the President(inside the White House) in 2011 following the resignation of David Axelrod, who went on to start Obama's reelection campaign.[4]) 


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