United States Global Strategy Council

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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. [1]

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  1. Washington's War on Nicaragua By Holly Sklar Published by South End Press, 1988 ISBN 0896082954, 9780896082953 p. 80