Articles by cweinberger

Mr. Weinberger is the son of the late U.S. Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger. A 1968 graduate of Harvard College, Weinberger is a writer and lecturer on world events. A former television writer, producer and director for NBC affiliate KRON-TV in San Francisco, he served in both California Gov. and President Ronald Reagan's administrations. He now resides in Maine.

When Capitalism Clashes With Our Defense

In defense contracting, the system does appear to be "broke" and it does need fixing.

cweinberger May 1, 2008

Caspar Weinberger Remembered

The idea of bringing the troops home before the mission is complete would have been unthinkable to my father.

cweinberger March 31, 2008

Reagan's Strategic Defense Initiative: Looking Back a Quarter of a Century Later

SDI made sense when it was proposed in 1983 as it most certainly does today.

cweinberger March 21, 2008

Like a Good Neighbor, Iran is There

The presidents of Iran and Iraq met last weekend but was anything believable...

cweinberger March 4, 2008

Leaving Iran for the Next Administration

It’s obvious by now that the Bush Administration has no intention of acting decisively on the Iranian...

cweinberger February 5, 2008

We Need New Nukes

Ridding the world of nuclear weapons won’t be the way George Bush will be remembered, but the fact is...

cweinberger December 20, 2007

Putin Plots to Hold Power

Russian President Vladimir Putin does not want to relinquish power any time soon.

cweinberger November 16, 2007

The Fight for Pakistan

All hell -- or at least most of it -- has broken loose in Pakistan. Some say President Musharraf has...

cweinberger November 7, 2007

2007 Keeper of the Flame: Senator Joe Lieberman

It is a long and arduous struggle this thing called liberty but those with a true understanding know that we...

cweinberger October 19, 2007

The Cold War Heats Up Again

Anyone who thinks the Cold War has not started up again had better listen closely to Russian President...

cweinberger October 15, 2007

Ahmadinejad: He thinks He Can Make the Rules

Iranian President Mahmoud Achmadinejad's speeches to Columbia University, the National Press Club and the UN...

cweinberger September 27, 2007

Nunn the Wiser

Former Senator Sam Nunn represented the state of Georgia in the U.S. Senate for twenty-five years starting in...

cweinberger September 21, 2007

Syria's Complaint

Syria's complaints against Israel unwarranted compared to their own history of shady behavior

cweinberger September 13, 2007

China's Communists Want the Spotlight on the Games, Not Them

cweinberger August 21, 2007