What Others Have Said About the Center

“I applaud the Center for Security Policy for their past achievements and continuing efforts to help shape successful policy for our future… We must do everything in our power to see to it that our nation stays the course by supporting the principles of liberty. . .Long after we’re gone. . . if we succeed in our noble mission—the lamp of freedom will burn brightly in the minds and hearts of people everywhere. This will be our legacy, one which will forever endure the passage of time”

Ronald Reagan 
40th President of the United States

“I…highly value the Center’s contributions to the national debate about security policy…I continue to follow the Center’s products with interest. Their quality and timeliness is remarkable.”

Dick Cheney
Vice President and former Secretary of Defense

“If there was any doubt about the power of your ideas, one has only to look at the number of Center associates who now people this Administration — and particularly the Department of Defense — to dispel them”

Donald Rumsfeld 
Former Secretary of Defense

“…I must tell you that one of the great thrills of, and the great moments of every day in my life now over in Brussels is to turn on my computer in the morning and see 15 news alerts from the Center For Security Policy long before I ever get down to Afghanistan, Iraq, the Balkans.”

Gen. Jim Jones, USMC 
Former Supreme Allied Commander Europe

“The Center for Security Policy..is continuing to contribute prolifically and effectively to the present debate about the direction and content of American and allied security policy…[they] have distinguished themselves as forceful exponents of a US posture predicated on the principle strongly supported…by me—peace through strength.”

Caspar Weinberger 
Former Secretary of Defense

“One group, the Center for Security Policy, has been particularly effective through short, two-page updates that make specific political and military issues accessible to the media and general public, while keeping a steady eye on these issues as they are debated in policy making circles.”

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