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PNAC Contributors and Signatories from the George W. Bush Administration

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Elliott Abrams
Special Asst. to President and Senior Director for Middle East and North African Affairs, National Security Council; Special Asst. to President and Senior Director for Democracy, Human Rights, and International Operations, National Security Council

Kenneth Adelman
Defense Policy Board

Richard V. Allen
Defense Policy Board; National Security Advisory Group

Richard Armitage
Deputy Secretary of State

John Bolton
Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and Disarmament

Stephen Cambone
Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence

Richard Cheney
Vice President

Eliot Cohen
Defense Policy Board

Seth Cropsey
International Broadcasting Bureau, Director

Devon Gaffney Cross
Defense Policy Board

Paula Dobriansky
Under Secretary of State for Global Affairs

Aaron Friedberg
Vice President's Deputy National Security Advisor; Vice President's Director of Policy Planning

Francis Fukuyama
Cloning Panel; President's Council on Bioethics

Daniel Gouré
2001 DoD Transition Team

Fred C. Iklé
Defense Policy Board

Zalmay Khalilzad
Special Envoy to Afghanistan; Liaison to Iraqi Opposition

Jeane J. Kirkpatrick
U.S. Rep. to U.N. Human Rights Commission

John F. Lehman
National Commission to Investigate Attacks on the U.S.

I. Lewis Libby
Vice President's Chief of Staff; Vice President's Assistant for National Security Affairs

Richard Perle
Defense Policy Board; Consultant to Secretary of Defense

Daniel Pipes
U.S. Institute of Peace, board member

Dan Quayle
Defense Policy Board

Peter Rodman
Asst. Defense Secretary for International Security Affairs

Henry Rowen
Defense Policy Board

Donald Rumsfeld
Secretary of Defense

William Schneider Jr.
Defense Science Board, Chairman

Abram Shulsky
Pentagon's Office of Special Plans, Director

Chris Williams
Defense Policy Board; Deterrence Concepts Advisory Panel; Special Assistant to Rumsfeld on Policy, 2001

Paul Wolfowitz
Deputy Secretary of Defense

James Woolsey
Defense Policy Board; Deterrence Concepts Advisory Panel

Dov S. Zakheim
Defense Department Comptroller

Robert Zoellick
Trade Representative

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