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List of PNAC Signatories and Contributing Writers

Morton I. Abramowitzxxx
Elliott Abramsxxxxxx
Gordon Adamsx
Ken Adelmanx
Urban Ahlinx
Madeleine K.
Albright
x
Richard V. Allenxx
Giuliano
Amato
x
Mark A.
Anderson
x
Uzi Aradx
Richard
Armitage
xxx
Anders Aslundx
Ronald Asmusxxx
Andrew Y. Auxx
Maureen
Aung-Thwin
x
Nina
Bang-Jensen
x
Gary Bauerxxxxxx
Rafael L.
Bardaji
x
Roger Barnettx
Carolyn
Bartholomew
x
Wladyslaw
Bartoszewski
x
Arnold
Beichman
x
Peter Beinartx
Jeffrey Bellxx
William J. Bennettxxxxxxx
Jeffrey Bergnerxxxxxx
Alvin
Bernstein
x
Robert L.
Bernstein
xx
George Biddlex
Joseph R.
Biden
x
Carl Bildtx
Daniel
Blumenthal
x
John Boltonxxxx
Max Bootxxxxxxx
Ellen Borkxxxx
Rudy Boshwitzx
Pascal
Bruckner
x
Mark
Brzezinski
x
William F.
Buckley, Jr.
x
Reinhard
Buetikofer
x
Janusz
Bugajski
x
Jeb Bushx
Michael
Butler
x
Martin Butorax
Stephen Cambonex
Daniele
Capezzone
x
Per Carlsenx
Gunilla
Carlsson
x
Frank Carluccixxxx
James W.
Ceasar
x
Linda Chavezx
Richard B. Cheneyx
Steven C.
Clemons
xx
Eliot A. Cohenxxxxxxxxx
Seth Cropseyxx
Devon Gaffney
Cross
x
Ivo H.
Daalder
xxxx
Massimo
D’Alema
x
Helle Dalex
Dennis
DeConcini
x
Midge Decterxxxxxxx
Pavol Demesx
Larry Diamondx
Peter
Dimitrov
x
James Dobbinsx
Paula Dobrianskyxxxx
Thomas Donnellyxxxxxxxxxx
Nicholas Eberstadtxxxxxx
Robert Edgarxx
Uffe
Elleman-Jensen
x
David Epsteinx
Amitai Etzionixx
David Fautuax
Lee Feinsteinx
Edwin J. Feulner, Jr.x
Jeffrey L.
Fiedler
x
Michele Flournoyx
Steve Forbesx
Hillel Fradkinxxx
Aaron Friedbergxxx
Francis Fukuyamaxxxxx
Frank Gaffneyxxxxx
Peter
Galbraith
xx
Timothy
Garton Ash
x
Jeffrey Gedminxxxxxx
Sam Gejdensonxx
Robert S.
Gelbard
xx
Reuel Marc Gerechtxxxxxx
Bronislaw
Geremek
x
Carl Gershmannx
Marc Ginsbergx
Andre
Glucksmann
x
Lt.Gen.
Buster Glosson (UASF, ret)
x
Merle Goldmanxx
Phillip
Gordon
xx
Daniel Gourexx
Karl-Theodor
von und zu Guttenberg
x
Istvan
Gyarmati
x
Morton H.
Halperin
x
Pierre
Hassner
x
Vaclav Havelx
John
Hefferman
x
Richard C.
Holbrooke
x
James R.
Hooper
x
Charles Hillxxxx
Fred C. Iklex
Martin S.
Indyk
xx
Toomas Ilvesx
Bruce P. Jacksonxxxxxxxxxx
Eli S. Jacobsx
Michael Joycex
Donald Kaganxxxxxxx
Frederick Kaganxxx
Robert Kaganxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Max M. Kampelmanxx
Adrian
Karatnycky
x
Penn Kemblexxx
Craig Kennedyxxxxx
Zalmay Khalilzadxxx
Glenys
Kinnock
x
Bernard
Kouchner
x
Jerzy
Kozminski
x
Ivan Krastevx
Harold Hongju
Koh
xx
Col. Robert
Killebrew (Army, ret)
xx
Lane Kirklandx
Jeane Kirkpatrickxxx
Peter Kovlerx
Louis Kraarx
Charles Krauthammer
William Kristolxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Girts Valdis
Kristovskis
Ludger
Kuehnhardt
x
Mart Laarx
Mark Lagonxx
Anthony Lakex
Vytautas
Landsbergis
x
Stephen
Larrabee
x
James
Lasswell
x
John Lehmanxx
Lewis E. Lehrmanx
Mark Leonardx
Sabine
Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger
x
I. Lewis Libbyxxx
Tod Lindbergxxxxxxx
James Lindsayx
Perry Linkx
Bette Bao
Lord
x
Rich Lowryxx
Connie Mackxx
Christopher
Makins
x
Christopher
Maletz
Tom
Malinowski
x
James Mannx
Yu Mao-chunx
Mary Beth
Markey
x
Will Marshallxxxxx
Robert
Martinage
x
Margarita
Mathiopoulos
x
Clifford Mayxxxx
John McCainx
Gen. Barry
McCaffery (Army, ret)
x
Michael
McFaul
x
Daniel McKiverganxx
Matteo
Mecacci
x
Mark Medishx
Edwin Meese IIIx
Thomas O. Meliax
Sarah E.
Mendelson
x
Phil
Meilinger
x
Michael
Mertes
x
Ilir Metax
Adam Michnikx
Derek
Mitchell
x
Richard
Morningstar
x
Ross H. Munrox
Joshua Muravchikxxxxxx
Klaus Naumannx
Wing C. Ngx
Steven J.
Nider
x
Dietmar
Nietan
x
James C.
O’Brien
xx
Michael O’Hanlonxx
Janusz
Onyszkiewicz
x
Mackubin
Thomas Owens
xx
Wayne Owensx
Cem Ozdemirx
Can Pakerx
Mark Palmerx
Robert Pastorx
Martin Peretzxxxx
Richard N. Perlexxxxxxx
Ralph Petersx
Friedbert
Pflueger
x
Daniel Pipesx
Danielle Pletkaxxxxxxx
Norman Podhoretzxxxxxxx
John Edward
Porter
xx
Florentino Porterox
Dan Quaylex
Samantha F.
Ravich
xx
Janusz Reiterx
Sophie
Richardson
x
Peter W. Rodmanxxxxx
Alex Rondosx
Jim Rosapepex
Stephen P.
Rosen
xxxxxx
Dennis Rossxx
Kenneth Rothx
Henry S. Rowenx
Donald Rumsfeldxxx
Jacques
Rupnik
x
Eberhard
Sandschneider
x
Major Gen.
Robert Scales (Army, ret)
x
Randy Scheunemannxxxxxxxx
Christian
Schmidt
x
Gary Schmittxxxxxxxxxxx
William Schneider Jr.xxxxxxx
Richard H.
Schultz
xx
Simon Serfatyx
Stephen
Sestanovich
x
John Shattuckx
Sin-Ming Shawxx
Abram Shulskyx
Gary Smithx
Martin
Simecka
x
Radek
Sikorski
x
Paul Simonx
Stefano
Silvestri
x
Abraham
Sofaer
x
Henry Sokolskixx
Stephen
Solarz
xxxx
Helmut
Sonnenfeldt
xx
Walter
Slocombe
xx
James B.
Steinberg
xxxx
Leonard R.
Sussman
xx
John J.
Sweeney
xx
William
Howard Taft IV
x
Dick
Thornburgh
xx
Gary Titleyx
John Tkacikxx
Helga Flores
Trejo
x
Ed Turnerx
Ivan Vejvodax
Sasha Vondrax
Michael
Vickers
x
Arthur Waldronxx
Celeste
Wallander
x
Malcolm Wallopx
Barry Wattsx
James Webbx
Vin Weberxxxx
Ruth Wedgwoodx
George Weigelx
Caspar
Weinberger
x
Kenneth
Weinstein
x
Richard Weitzx
Paul Weyrichx
Leon Wieseltierx
Chris Williamsx
Jennifer
Windsor
xxx
Marshall Wittmannxx
Paul Wolfowitzxxxxxxx
R. James Woolseyxxxxxxxxx
Minky Worden
Larry Wortzelxx
Dov S. Zakheimxx
Robert Zoellickxx

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