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Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Cette section ou cet article est une traduction incomplète. (indiquez la date de pose grâce au paramètre date) Vous pouvez modifier la page pour effectuer la traduction. Robert James Woolsey, Jr., né le a Tulsa en Oklahoma[1], est un haut fonctionnaire américain. Biographie[modifier | modifier le code] Parmi ses fonctions on peut noter[2] : Il dirige la CIA entre 1993 et 1995[1] ;Ambassadeur des États-Unis pour les négociations du Traité sur les forces conventionnelles en Europe à Vienne ;Sous secrétaire de l'US Navy ;General Counsel to the U.S.

James Woolsey a aussi dirigé la Freedom House en 2003[2]. Il est impliqué, dans le cadre des campagnes du National Endowment for Democracy dont la Freedom House fait partie du réseau de « renforcement » de la société civile[3], dans l’entraînement de troupes à la subversion, via les camps d'Otpor (« Résistance » en serbo-croate) en Serbie, à l'origine du renversement de Slobodan Milošević[4],[5]. Robert James Woolsey Jr. born 21/09/1941. Robert James Woolsey, Jr. (born September 21, 1941) is a national security and energy specialist and former Director of Central Intelligence who headed the Central Intelligence Agency from February 5, 1993 until January 10, 1995.

A lawyer by training and trade, he held a variety of government positions in the 1970s and 1980s, including as Under Secretary of the Navy from 1977 to 1979, and was involved in treaty negotiations with the Soviet Union for five years in the 1980s. His career also included time as a professional lawyer, venture capitalist and investor in the private sector. Early life[edit] Woolsey was founder and president of Yale Citizens for Eugene McCarthy for President from 1967 to 1968. He was prominently active in the anti-Vietnam War movement.[2] Career[edit] Woolsey has held important positions in both Democratic and Republican administrations.

Woolsey has served in the U.S. government as: CIA Director[edit] Relationship with Bill Clinton[edit] Aldrich Ames[edit] Views[edit] James woolsey bio 2011. Celui qui aimerait voir Snowden pendu. In the wake of the Paris attacks, CIA officials went to work blaming, of all people, Edward Snowden, with former Director James Woolsey saying Snowden “has blood on his hands” because the terrorists were harder to catch after wising up to CIA tracking tactics all because of Snowden’s leaks. Never mind these agencies are seemingly never able to stop the terrorists no matter how much power they are given. Well now Woolsey has doubled down, saying that he would like to see Snowden, “hanged by the neck until he’s dead” for treason. Via the Sun Daily Standard: Former CIA Director James Woolsey told on Friday that he would like to see Edward Snowden “hanged by the neck until he’s dead” if he is ever convicted of treason for leaking classified information on the National Security Agency’s vast data-collection programs.

“He should be tried by a jury of its peers,” Woolsey told “Newsmax Now” host John Bachman. Kind of ironic (and sick) considering the CIA’s known role in creating ISIS. Said he'd like to watch Snowden be hanged for treason. James Woolsey said on Thursday that Edward Snowden is partly responsible for the Paris terror attacks that left at least 132 dead last weekHe said Snowden's 2013 leak was 'substantial' and that he should be given the death sentenceWoolsey's comments echoed current CIA Director John Brennan's sentiments from earlier this weekBrennan said 'unauthorized disclosures' such as the Snowden leaks have made it 'much more difficult' to track down terrorists By Kelly Mclaughlin For Published: 16:22 GMT, 20 November 2015 | Updated: 03:00 GMT, 21 November 2015 A former CIA director claims that Edward Snowden should be 'hanged by the neck' in the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks.

James Woolsey said on Thursday that Snowden, a former NSA contractor who leaked confidential information in 2013, should be convicted of treason. Scroll down for video Snowden fled the country after stealing classified information and disclosing the extent of US surveillance programs. Loaded: 0% Progress: 0% Président de la FDD Foundation for Defense of Democracies. R. James Woolsey is a Venture Partner with Lux Capital Management. He also Chairs the Board of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. Mr. Woolsey currently chairs the Strategic Advisory Group of the Washington, D.C. private equity fund, Paladin Capital Group, chairs the Advisory Board of the Opportunities Development Group, and he is Of Counsel to the Washington, D.C. office of the Boston-based law firm, Goodwin Procter. In the above capacities he specializes in a range of alternative energy and security issues.

Mr. During his 12 years of government service, in addition to heading the CIA and the Intelligence Community, Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Woolsey is a frequent contributor of articles to major publications, and from time to time gives public speeches and media interviews on the subjects of energy, foreign affairs, defense, and intelligence. R. James Woolsey | Lux Capital - Team. Venture Partner Jim Woolsey is a Venture Partner with Lux Capital. He is also Chairman of Woolsey Partners LLC and prior to joining Lux a Venture Partner and Senior Advisor to VantagePoint Venture Partners. Previously, Woolsey served in the U.S. Government on five different occasions, where he held Presidential appointments in two Republican and two Democratic administrations, most recently as Director of Central Intelligence from 1993-1995. . « Back to Team. 2000 Lux Capital. Lux Capital is a venture capital firm founded by Peter Hébert, Robert Paull, and Josh Wolfe[1] in 2000[2] .

The firm, based in New York with an office in Menlo Park, invests in emerging technologies in the physical and life sciences.[3][4] Answer three questions and help us improve Wikipedia. Thanks for the feedback! We are using it to make Wikipedia even better! About[edit] Lux Capital is a venture firm based in New York City and Silicon Valley investing in counter-conventional, seed and early stage science and technology ventures. In April 2011, former McKinsey Senior Partner Richard N. Portfolio companies[edit] See also[edit] References[edit] Jump up ^ Fickenscher, Lisa (2003). "2003 40 Under 40". External links[edit] Lux Capital homepage. Climate Change Will Transform National Security.