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Paul Wolfowitz

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[[Image:89698iukhbn.jpg|right|thumb|Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz briefs reporters at the [[The_Pentagon|Pentagon]] about the on-going campaign against the [[al Qaeda]] terrorist organization and the military capability of [[Taliban]] regime in [[Afghanistan]].
'''Paul Dundes Wolfowitz''' (b. December 22, 1943) is a American academic, [[neoconservative]] scholar and political figure; In the early 1970s, Paul Wolfowitz served as an aide to [[Democratic Party]] Senator [[Henry Jackson|Henry M. "Scoop" Jackson]]; from 1986 to 1989, he served as ambassador to the Republic of Indonesia; then as undersecretary of Defense under [[Ronald Reagan]]; from 2001 to 2005, he served as the Deputy Secretary of Defense under [[George W. Bush]] where he was one of the main architects of the foreign policy of the George W. Bush administration and of the [[Iraq War]]; from 2005 to June 2007, he served as the President of the [[World Bank]]. He is currently a visiting scholar at the [[American Enterprise Institute]].<ref>,filter.all/scholar.asp</ref> Wolfowitz described himself as a "Scoop Jackson Republican". In reality he is a liberal [[Republican in name only]] and a [[Homosexual Agenda]] supporter.<ref></ref>
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