American Committee for Peace in Chechnya/Members

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Membership• Morton Abramowitz
• Elliott Abrams
• Kenneth Adelman
• Bulent Ali-Reza
• Richard V. Allen
• Audrey L. Altstadt
• Vadim Altskan
• Zeyno Baran
• Antonio L. Betancourt
• John Bolsteins
• John Brademas
• Zbigniew Brzezinski
• Richard Burt
• John Calabrese
• Eric Chenoweth
• Walter C. Clemens
• Eliot Cohen
• Nicholas Daniloff
• Ruth Daniloff
• Midge Decter
• James S. Denton
• Larry Diamond
• Thomas R. Donahue
• Robert Dujarric
• John Dunlop
• Charles Fairbanks
• Sandra Feldman
• Geraldine A. Ferraro
• Catherine A. Fitzpatrick
• Erwin Friedlander
• Frank Gaffney
• Charles Gati
• Richard Gere
• Douglas Ginsburg
• Paul Goble
• Marshall I. Goldman
• Orlando Gutierrez
• Barbara Haig
• Alexander M. Haig
• Robert P. Hanrahan
• Paul B. Henze
• Eleanor Herman
• Peter J. Hickman
• Norman Hill
• Irving Louis Horowitz
• Glen E. Howard
• Bruce P. Jackson
• Robert Kagan
• Max M. Kampelman
• Thomas Kean
• Mati Koiva
• Guler Koknar
• Harry Kopp
• William Kristol
• Janis Kukainis
• Saulius V. Kuprys
• Kenneth D. S. Lapatin
• Michael A. Ledeen
• Robert J. Lieber
• Seymour M. Lipset
• Robert McFarlane
• Mihajlo Mijajlov
• Bronislaw Misztal
• Joshua Muravchik
• Julia Nanay
• Johanna Nichols
• Jan Nowak
• William Odom
• P.J. O'Rourke
• Richard Perle
• Richard Pipes
• Norman Podhoretz
• Moishe Pripstein
• Arch Puddington
• Peter Reddaway
• Peter R. Rosenblatt
• David Saperstein
• Gary Schmitt
• William Schneider
• Alexey Semyonov
• Andrew M. Sessler
• Philip Siegelman
• Sophia Sluzar
• Stephen J. Solarz
• Helmut Sonnenfeldt
• Gregory H. Stanton
• S. Frederick Starr
• Leonard R. Sussman
• Barry Tharaud
• Jack Thomas Tomarchio
• Sinan Utku
• George Weigel
• Caspar Weinberger
• Curtin Winsor
• R. James Woolsey
• Tatiana Yankelevich
Former Members of the Council on Foreign Relations


Members of the American Committee for Peace in Chechnya, later rebranded as the American Committee for Peace in the Caucasus.[1]



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