| James Woolsey |
|Born||Robert James Woolsey Jr.|
Tulsa, Oklahoma, U.S.
|Alma mater||Stanford University, St John's College (Oxford), Yale Law School|
|Founder of||European Foundation for Democracy|
|Member of||Association of Former Intelligence Officers, Committee for the Liberation of Iraq|
R. James Woolsey, Jr., a former director of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, is Vice President at Booz Allen & Hamilton for Global Strategic Security. Previously, he was partner at the law firm of Shea & Gardner. He recently served as counsel for major corporations in both commercial arbitrations and the negotiation of joint ventures and other agreements. 
Besides serving as Director of Central Intelligence, Woolsey has served in the U.S. government as Ambassador to the Negotiation on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE), Vienna, 1989-1991, Under Secretary of the Navy (1977-1979), and General Counsel to the U.S. Senate Committee on Armed Services, 1970-73. 
He was also appointed by the President as Delegate at Large to the U.S.-Soviet Strategic Arms Reduction Talks (START) and Nuclear and Space Arms Talks (NST) in Geneva between 1983 and 1986.
During his military service in the U.S. Army, he served as an adviser on the U.S. Delegation to the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT I), Helsinki and Vienna, from 1969 to 1970. 
He is also a member of the Policy Advisory Board to the Secretary of Defense.
Woolsey is one of the signers of the 26 January, 1998, Project for the New American Century (PNAC) letter sent to President William Jefferson Clinton.  He was also one of the signers of another PNAC document, 'Statement on Post-War Iraq' on 19 March, 2003. 
Woolsey was a Commissioner on the National Commission on Terrorism  which delivered the Report of the National Commission on Terrorism to President Bill Clinton in June 2000. At the time, he was a partner at the law firm of Shea & Gardner "with a practice in the fields of civil litigation, alternative dispute resolution, and corporate transactions." 
Woolsey is connected with the Scowcroft Commission (also see Brent Scowcroft) and the Rumsfeld Commission (also see Donald H. Rumsfeld). He is currently chairman of Freedom House, reputed to be affiliated with the Council on Foreign Relations (of which he is believed to be a member), is on the board of the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA), a member of the Committee for the Liberation of Iraq, on the board of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, a senior advisor for Americans for Victory Over Terrorism (AVOT), and a principal in Paladin Capital Group. He is Vice President of Booz Allen & Hamilton, the lead contractor for the Total Information Awareness programme.
Speaking to a group of college students on 2 April, 2003, former CIA Director Woolsey revealed, "...the United States is engaged in World War IV, and that it could continue for years." Woolsey described the Cold War as the third world war. He then said "This fourth world war, I think, will last considerably longer than either World Wars I or II did for us. Hopefully not the full four-plus decades of the Cold War."
When James Woolsey, the former CIA director and current Pentagon adviser, appeared on "Nightline" five days after 9/11 and suggested that America had to strike Iraq for sponsoring "terrorism", Ted Koppel rebutted: "Nobody right now is suggesting that Iraq had anything to do with this. In fact, quite the contrary."
Mr. Woolsey replied: "I don't think it matters. I don't think it matters." 
- 'only fear will re-establish Arab respect for us'.
Lobbies & Think Tanks
He worked on the Advisory Board of the Endowment for Middle East Truth.
- American Congress for Truth
- Americans for Victory Over Terrorism - Senior advisor
- Benador Associates
- Center for Strategic and International Studies - Trustee
- Center for Security Policy, Honorary Co-Chair - National Security Advisory Council
- Coalition for a Democratic Majority
- Coalition for Democracy in Iran, Supporter
- Committee for the Liberation of Iraq, Member
- Committee on the Present Danger - co-Chairman
- Defense Policy Board
- Family Security Matters
- Foundation for the Defense of Democracies (FDD) - Distinguished Advisor (August 2002)
- Freedom House - Chairman, Board of Trustees
- Henry Jackson Society Project for Democratic Geopolitics
- Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs, Member, Advisory Board
- National Institute for Public Policy - Study participant
- Project for the New American Century - Signed several PNAC advocacy letters
- Smithsonian Institution - Chairman of Executive Committee, Board of Regents
Private Military Contractors (Mercenaries)
- Defense Department: Member, Deterrence Concepts Advisory Panel
- National Commission on Energy Policy: Member
- National Commission on Terrorism: Member (1999-2000)
- Commission to Assess the Ballistic Missile Threat to the U.S. (Rumsfeld Missile Commission): Member (1998)
- Central Intelligence Agency: Director (1993-95)
- Negotiations on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE): Ambassador and U.S. Representative (1989-91)
- President's Commission on Federal Ethics Law Reform: Member (1989)
- President's Blue Ribbon Commission on Defense Management (Packard Commission): Member (1985-1986)
- U.S.-Soviet Strategic Arms Reduction Talks (START): Delegate at Large (1983-1986)
- Nuclear and Arms Space Talks (NST): Delegate at Large (1983-1986)
- President's Commission on Strategic Forces (Scowcroft Commission): Member (1983)
- Department of the Navy: Under Secretary of the Navy (1977-79)
- U.S. Senate: General Counsel, Committee on Armed Services (1970-1973)
- Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT): Advisor, U.S. Delegation, Helsinki and Vienna (1969-1970)
Corporate Connections/Business Interests
- Booz Allen Hamilton: Vice President, Global Strategic Security Division (July 15, 2002)
- Paladin Capital Group's Homeland Security Fund Investment Committee: Principal and Member
- Linsang Partners, LLC: Board member
- BC International Corporation: Board member
- Fibersense Technology Corporation: Board member
- Invicta Networks, Inc.: Board member
- DIANA, LLC; Agorics, Inc.: Board member
- Sun HealthCare Group, Inc.: Board member
- Global Options, Inc.: Vice Chairman, Advisory Board
- Benador Associates: Member, International Speakers Bureau
- Shea & Gardner (Washington, D.C.): Former managing partner (1995-2001)
- Martin Marrietta: Former board member
- Fairchild Industries: Former board member
- British Aerospace: Former board member
- Yurie Systems, Inc.: Former board member
- USF&G: Former board member
- Aerospace Corporation: Former director
- Yale Law School: L.L.B. (1968)
- Oxford University: M.A., Rhodes Scholar (1963-1965)
- Stanford University: B.A.
Vice President, Booz Allen Hamilton
8283 Greensboro Drive
McLean, VA 2210
- Evelyn Pringle, "Mom & Pop War Profiteering Team: The Woolseys," Yubanet.com, January 21, 2005.
- CSIS Archive.
- Jim Lobe, "Woolsey's Role Crucial to Impact of Occupation," Foreign Policy in Focus, April 8, 2003.
- "Ex-CIA director: U.S. faces 'World War IV'," CNN, April 3, 2003.
- Laura Rozen, James Woolsey, Hybrid Hawk, Mother Jones, May/June 2008.
- James Woolsey, World War IV Speech by James Woolsey (former Director of Central Intelligence), web.archive.org/John H. Melchinger website, 16 November, 2002. (reprint of speech)
- Woolsey's profile on the FDD website
- 'Profile: James Woolsey', Right Web, accessed 1 April, 2009.
- 'Countering the Changing Threat of International Terrorism', FAS website
- 'Biography of R. James Woolsey', The Globalist
- web.archive.org/New American Century website, accessed 1 April, 2009.
- 'Statement on Post-War Iraq', web.archive.org/New American Century website, accessed 1 April, 2009.
- 'Countering the Changing Threat of International Terrorism', web.archive.org/National Commission on Terrorism website, accessed 1 April, 2009.
- 'Countering the Changing Threat of International Terrorism', FAS website
- web.archive.org/Paladin Capital Group website, accessed 1 April, 2009.
- 'Board of Directors 2008-2009', NAIHC website
- Noutopia website
- Maureen Dowd, 'Bomb and Switch', The New York Times, 4 June, 2003.