United States Global Strategy Council
The US Global Strategy Council was a Washington-based organization, created in 1981 under the chairmanship of founder Ray Cline, former Deputy Director of the CIA and -= at the time - a senior figure at the Center for Strategic and International Studies - then based at Georgetown University in Washington DC.
Holly Sklar writes:
- Moonie connections with the U.S. right... are extensive... [late] Major General Daniel O. Graham, a member of CAUSA USA's advisory board, heads the Star Wars lobby group, High Frontier. F. Lynn Bouchey, president of the Council for Inter-American Security and member of the Committee of Santa Fe, helped organize two CAUSA conferences. Washington Times editor Arnaud de Borchgrave [CNP] serves on Ray Cline's U.S. Global Strategy Council, a Ronald Reagan advisory group. The Strategy Council's executive director is retired General E. David Woellner, president of CAUSA World Services. Washington Times columnists include Ray Cline's son-in-law Roger Fontaine, a Committee of Santa Fe member and former Reagan Latin America adviser, and Jeremiah O'Leary, formerly special assistant to National Security Adviser William Clark. 
- A Brief History Of The United States Global Strategy Council. (Provided by Daniel Brandt and the Public Information Resource Web Site), April 2, 1999. Retrieved from the Internet Archive of 25 April 2003.
- Washington's War on Nicaragua By Holly Sklar Published by South End Press, 1988 ISBN 0896082954, 9780896082953 p. 80