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General Clark on the Iraq Invasion | American War Generals


General Wesley Clark talks about the reasoning behind the invasion of Iraq in 2003. ➡ Subscribe: 🤍 About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 General Clark on the Iraq Invasion | American War Generals 🤍 National Geographic 🤍

Can Ukraine retake Crimea? Gen. Wesley Clark says yes.


General Wesley Clark spoke to 🤍AtlanticCouncilUS about how the US may support Ukraine in regaining control of Crimea from Russia. Clark was NATO Supreme Allied Commander Europe from 1997 to 2000. He spoke at an event hosted by the Atlantic Council's Eurasia Center, joined by Former Minister of Defense of Ukraine Andriy Zagorodnyuk, Russian opposition politician Leonid Gozman, and the Transatlantic Leadership Network's Debra Cagan, moderated by Ambassador John Herbst. Watch the full event at: 🤍 #shorts #Ukraine

Retired general says this move would be a win for Putin


Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Gen. Wesley Clark (ret.) tells CNN's John Berman what Russia may be hoping to achieve in their latest attacks against Ukraine. #CNN #News

Fault Lines - General Wesley Clark


Before Generals Petraeus and McChrystal, there was another General that caught America's attention. He was the Supreme Allied commander Europe of Nato during the war in Kosovo. In 2004 he ran for the Democratic nomination for President and in 2008 he was rumoured to be on Hillary Clinton's short list for potential vice-presidents. In this episode of Fault Lines, Josh Rushing sits down with General Wesley Clark to talk about Iraq, Afghanistan and America's insatiable appetite for oil. Follow on Twitter: 🤍 Follow on Facebook: 🤍 Follow on Instagram: 🤍 See all episodes of Fault Lines: 🤍 Meet the Fault Lines Team: 🤍

'Ukraine is simply the first battle': Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Wesley Clark interview


Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Wesley Clark told DW that he was "surprised by the ineffectiveness of the Russian military" in Ukraine. "The Russians have proven themselves a relatively inept force," he said. Clarke said "any negotiations will be determined by the outcome on the ground, [which] is determined by the resistance of the Ukrainians" and that NATO should increase its support to Ukraine by giving it "javelins, stingers and as much anti-air and air support as is feasible to do." Clark added that although it wasn't possible to establish a "legalistic" no-fly zone in Ukraine, "air support can be provided by nations who are willing to go in." When asked if NATO air support could lead to further escalation and the outbreak of a third world war, Clark said "if we fall back and are intimidated by Mr. Putin's threat of nuclear weapons, if there's nothing we can do to help Ukraine, then we'll be dealing with the next crisis on NATO's territory itself." "Escalation by Mr. Putin is not solely under the control of NATO," Clarke said, adding that Putin may decide to escalate regardless of NATO's actions. Clarke said that, although Russian forces were currently "checked" on the ground by Ukraine, this could change quickly as Russia ramps up bombing and shelling of population centers. Putin is "trying to steal Ukraine as quietly and quickly as he can," Clark said. "But he will use massive firepower if necessary." Subscribe: 🤍 For more news go to: 🤍 Follow DW on social media: ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Twitter: 🤍 ►Instagram: 🤍 Für Videos in deutscher Sprache besuchen Sie: 🤍 #Russia #Urkaine #WesleyClark

Retired general says it's time to exploit weakness in Russian forces


Ret. General Wesley Clark discusses Putin's conscription of Russian civilians into the military to fight Ukraine. #CNN #News

Retired general says Russian forces haven't advanced since World War I


CNN military analyst Gen. Wesley Clark (Ret.) responds to the Russian bridge explosion in Crimea and what he learned about how Russians fought wars while he was serving. #CNN #News

Ret. General thinks Ukraine’s missile proposal is ‘a wonderful thing’


In an effort to overcome Biden administration resistance to providing it with a new set of powerful, long-range rocket systems, the Ukrainian government is now offering the US full and ongoing visibility into their list of intended Russian targets, multiple officials familiar with the discussions tell CNN. Retired General Wesley Clark and ex-CIA Chief of Russia Operations Steve Hall weigh in on the latest news out of Ukraine. #CNN #News

'The only way is to convince Putin he can't win' | Former Four Star General Wes Clark


"The way this ends successfully is by convincing Putin he can't win." NATO former supreme allied commander former Four Star General Wes Clark says the only way to end the Ukraine war is to support the country with weapons and stop doing business with Russia. - Times Radio brings you the latest breaking news, expert analysis and well-informed discussion on the biggest stories of the day. 📻 Listen now - 🤍 Follow Times Radio on social: 🔵 Facebook 🤍 🔵 Twitter 🤍 🔵 Instagram 🤍 Subscribe here: 🤍

General Wesley Clark: Exclusive Briefing from Ukraine’s Front Lines


General Wesley Clark: Exclusive Briefing from Ukraine’s Front Lines A conversation with: General Wesley Clark Former Allied Commander NATO Moderated by: The Hon. Jan Lodal Distinguished Fellow, Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security Atlantic Council Please join us on Monday, March 30 at the Atlantic Council offices, 1030 15th St NW 12th floor, for a conversation with General Clark, former NATO Allied Commander, who just returned from Ukraine where he met with Ukrainian military commanders and President Petro Poroshenko. Despite the Minsk II ceasefire agreement, Russia continues to supply weapons, equipment and troops to support separatists in Ukraine’s east. In February, the key city of Debaltseve fell to Russian separatists. The port city of Mariupol is the likely next target and tensions spread further to the northeastern city of Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second largest city. As Ukraine prepares for another assault from Russian-backed separatists, what steps should the United States and NATO take to help Ukraine withstand Russian aggression? For further information, please visit: 🤍

General Clark: The US sees the ability of the Ukrainian Armed Forces to fulfill their tasks


Today, Ukrainian servicemen have the initiative on the front line, and the United States sees the ability of the Armed Forces to fulfill their tasks. This was said by the Supreme Commander of the NATO Combined Forces in Europe in 1997-2000, General Wesley Clark, during the Kyiv Security Forum, founded by the Arseniy Yatsenyuk Foundation “Open Ukraine”. “The war will end when putin realizes that it is too risky for him to continue. But the war will also end when the Ukrainian military liberate the entire territory of Ukraine, including the Crimea,” he said. “The situation on the battlefield is critical. We saw the brilliant defense of Kyiv, then the battles in the Donbass, and a wonderful operation in the northeast (Kharkiv region) and in the Kherson region. And we understand that it is crucial to preserve the initiative and the ability to act, to put the emphasis on strikes based on intelligence data. We in the USA comprehend that the initiative is in the hands of the Ukrainian army and it can achieve its goals,” said Wesley Clark. The general also praised the Ukrainians in their fighting at the information front. “It is necessary for as many people as possible to see and feel the heroic spirit of the Ukrainians who are fighting for the future system of global security. The more people know this and see this with their own eyes, the greater the pressure is exercised on putin,” emphasized Wesley Clark. At the same time, he added: “Servicemen of the Armed Forces of Ukraine demonstrate impressive results in defending their country, which was attacked by the russian federation. By fighting for your own land, you are fighting for all of us,” the general concluded. the brilliant defense of Kyiv, then battles in the Donbass, a wonderful operation in the northeast (Kharkiv region) and in the Kherson region. And we understand that it is crucial to preserve the initiative and the ability to act, the emphasis on strikes based on intelligence data. We in the USA see that the initiative is behind the Ukrainian army and it can achieve its goals," said Wesley Clark.



(13 Sep 1999) English/Nat General Wesley Clark, the outgoing Supreme Commander of NATO forces in Europe, has met Russian peacekeepers in Pristina to discuss the military situation in Kosovo. NATO-led peacekeepers are said to have received several unconfirmed reports that groups of Serb fighters, some of them in uniform, have been spotted in the province. A spokesman cited an incident last week in which three Serbs were shot dead by Russian forces trying to break up an ethnic clash. The Russians had opened fire after the Serbs ignored an order to stop beating two wounded ethnic Albanians and started shooting at the Russians. The spokesman said one of the Serbs who was killed wore a military uniform. Clark said he was pleased with the cooperation between the K-FOR brigades, including the Russian battalion. SOUNDBITE: (English) "I'm just down here on one of my periodic visits. I've been so far today to the American sector and now I'm in the German sector. I've had a chance to talk to the German brigade commander. I've met the Russian battalion commander who is in this area. He's briefed me extensively on what his brigade's activities are. I'm very pleased with the cooperation that's in evidence between the German brigade and all of its support in this sector and the Russian battalion. I think that's going very well, and I'm going off now to the Italian sector, and then I'll go to some meetings elsewhere before I leave. I'll have some more to say when I leave. Thank you very much." SUPER CAPTION: General Wesley Clark, Outgoing Supreme Commander of NATO forces in Europe A NATO spokesman denied Serb media speculation that Yugoslav forces would return to Kosovo next week, following the demilitarisation of the Kosovo Liberation Army. The rebel force is scheduled to demilitarise by September 19. The United Nations and NATO officials are developing plans to turn the ethnic Albanian organisation into a lightly armed, uniformed civil emergency corps. But as the deadline approaches, Serbia is increasing criticism of the plans to reform the force, rather than disbanding it completely. U-N and NATO officials consider the reform crucial to bringing peace and stability to Kosovo. Senior K-L-A figures have expressed strong opposition to a complete disbanding of their organisation, which had been at the forefront of the 18-month war against Yugoslav army troops and Serbian police. But the Serbs argue that the plan will perpetuate the K-L-A as a military organisation. Russia, Serbia's ally, is also opposed to the move and has signalled it will oppose the plan in the U-N Security Council. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 ​​ Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍

'Russia is in trouble': Gen. Wesley Clark assesses Putin's footing in Ukraine


Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Gen. Wesley Clark and CNN National Security Analyst Shawn Turner review the current state of affairs in Ukraine, evaluate whether Russian forces are achieving their military goals, and look at what Putin may do next as the war enters its third week. #CNN #News

Retired general explains who could remove Putin from power


Retired General Wesley Clark discusses dissent inside Russia against Vladimir Putin as his invasion of Ukraine falters. #CNN #News

Hardball with General Wesley Clark


Hardball with General Wesley Clark Date: Monday, December 08, 2003 - 07:00PM More video info at 🤍

You can't use military retaliation against Iran, says General Wesley Clark


General Wesley Clark, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss U.S.-Iran tensions and what should be the White House's next move.

Wes Clark - America's Foreign Policy "Coup"


Complete video at: 🤍 Retired four-star general and former Democratic Presidential candidate Wesley Clark criticizes the course of U.S. foreign policy in the wake of September 11, 2001. - Wesley Clark discusses "A Time to Lead." Wesley Clark sought the presidency during the 2004 elections, seeking to bring a less hawkish perspective to the White House. After the campaign, Clark did not end his crusade for what he sees as a better America, one that supports his vision of a responsible foreign policy. He believes that hard work, leadership and determination will ultimately turn the country around. - The Commonwealth Club Wesley Clark is a retired four-star general of the United States Army. Clark was valedictorian of his class at West Point, was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship to the University of Oxford where he earned a master's degree in economics, and later graduated from the Command and General Staff College with a master's degree in military science. He spent 34 years in the Army and the Department of Defense, receiving many military decorations, several honorary knighthoods, and a Presidential Medal of Freedom.

Retired general reacts to Trump's military comments


Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Gen. Wesley Clark, speaks to CNN's Jim Sciutto about comments President Donald Trump made regarding the military, where Trump accused them of waging wars to boost the profits of defense manufacturing companies. #CNN #News

Aftermath of the Endless War-Gen. Wesley Clark on Avoiding the Next Quagmire


Retired four-star Army general and former Democratic candidate for president WESLEY K. CLARK, discusses his new book Don't Wait for the Next War: A Strategy for American Growth and Global Leadership, and how to break American over-dependence on military intervention.

NATO and the War in Ukraine – A Conversation with General Wesley Clark


In light of the recent war in Ukraine, the Center for War Studies and the Center for American Studies at the University of Southern Denmark held the event “NATO and the War in Ukraine – A Conversation with General Wesley Clark” on Tuesday March 15, 2022. Wesley K. Clark is a businessman, educator, writer and commentator who serves as Chairman and CEO of Wesley K. Clark & Associates, a strategic consulting firm. Clark retired as a four star general after 38 years in the United States Army, having served in his last assignments as Commander of US Southern Command and then as Commander of US European Command/Supreme Allied Commander, Europe. The Zoom-based conversation was moderated by Trine Flockhart, Professor at University of Southern Denmark. The conversation is a part of our CWS Dossier on the war in Ukraine. Access the dossier here: 🤍

CNN: Wesley Clark on military objective in Libya


Retired Gen. Wesley Clark explains the difference between the political and military objectives in Libya.



(1 Sep 1999) English/Nat General Wesley Clark, the NATO commander who was forced to step down from his post early has told an audience that he believes Kosovo can remain a multi-ethnic society despite continuing violence between ethnic Albanians and Serbs. Clark made the comment on Tuesday during an address to a think tank known as the American Enterprise Institute in Washington D.C. General Clark, was given a rousing reception as he spoke on Tuesday at the American Enterprise Institute. Giving an overview of the NATO operation in Kosovo, the general said that by the final days of NATO's 11-week air campaign against Yugoslavia, President Slobodan Milosevic had "plenty of intelligence and all of the indicators" to make him conclude a ground attack was coming. Up to the end of the air campaign in June it was unclear how far what steps had been taken in preparing a possible ground offensive. But Clark said the alliance was always willing to do whatever was necessary to get Serb troops out of Kosovo and Albanian refugees back. According to General Clark, even before NATO's air campaign began in March, the Serb army was convinced NATO eventually would attack on the ground, even though there was little political support for it among most European NATO member countries or in the U-S Congress. The General told his audience he believes things remain on track in Kosovo and the K-L-A is sticking to its agreement to demilitarise. SOUNDBITE: (English) "The incidence of violence has gone down dramatically over the last couple of weeks, the compliance by the KLA with their promises that they undertook to KFOR and NATO has been by and large, satisfactory at the 60 day point. We're looking ahead anxiously to the 90 day point for the completion of the demilitarisation programme, but that seems to be very much on track. There's a great deal of work to do to build the institutions there, to ensure we do have a climate of security and move onto the next steps, but the mission is on course." SUPERCAPTION: Gen. Wesley Clark, NATO commander Clark also expressed optimism on Tuesday that the Serb province can remain a multi-ethnic society despite weeks of anti-Serb violence by ethnic Albanians. He said there had been a "settling out" of ethnic passions since July and that some Serbs are beginning to return to Kosovo. Clark said although Serbia is still under Milosevic's control, he hopes the Serbian leader will stick to the agreements made with NATO. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Serbia of course remains in the grip of Slobodan Milosevic. There are clearly problems in about three directions, problems in Montenegro, blatant problems in Borvodina, and the possibility of problems still in the Sanjak region. The are stresses and strains between Serbia and Montenegro that are extremely worrisome and President Milosevic has been warned on many occasions and in many different ways that this problem must be peacefully worked out." SUPERCAPTION: Gen. Wesley Clark, NATO commander The General was recently asked to step down from his command two months before his tenure was to expire but says he's not dwelling on the matter. Instead, he's looking to the future. SOUNDBITE: (English) Q. How do you feel about being asked to retire, step down early? A. Oh that's an old question, everything that's been written and said about that has already been written and said. Right now I'm concentrating on doing my job, I've still got eight more months in this job and you know, in the Balkans, eight months is a long, long time. So that's what I'm focused on." Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 ​​ Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍

Wesley Clark discusses his advice on Syria


Retired Gen. Wesley Clark says the U.S. should be prepared to consider bringing in troops to assist Syrian rebels. For more CNN videos, visit our site at 🤍

Retired general on how US tanks could affect Ukraine battlefield


The Biden administration is finalizing plans to send US-made Abrams tanks to Ukraine and could make an announcement as soon as this week, according to three US officials familiar with the deliberations. Germany is also set to send its sought-after Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine to help bolster the country’s war effort, Der Spiegel reported, attributing to unnamed sources. Retired Gen. Wesley Clark and CNN contributor Jill Doughtery discuss. #CNN #News

General Wesley Clark: Former NATO Commander Questions Ceasefire in Syria | MSNBC


Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Gen. Wesley Clark tells MSNBC's Ali Velshi and Stephanie Ruhle that he is not sure if the ceasefire in Syria has any “strategic significance.” » Subscribe to MSNBC: 🤍 About: MSNBC is the premier destination for in-depth analysis of daily headlines, insightful political commentary and informed perspectives. Reaching more than 95 million households worldwide, MSNBC offers a full schedule of live news coverage, political opinions and award-winning documentary programming 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Connect with MSNBC Online Visit 🤍 Find MSNBC on Facebook: 🤍 Follow MSNBC on Twitter: 🤍 Follow MSNBC on Google+: 🤍 Follow MSNBC on Instagram: 🤍 Follow MSNBC on Tumblr: 🤍 General Wesley Clark: Former NATO Commander Questions Ceasefire in Syria | MSNBC



(8 Jul 1998) English/Nat With fighting escalating in Yugoslavia's rebellious Kosovo province, four NATO warships arrived in Albania on Wednesday. It is the first time NATO has sent a fleet of ships to the Balkans. The move appears to underscore the alliance's resolve to stop the conflict spreading. NATO's Allied Forces Southern Europe command announced last week that four ships from Italy, Turkey, Greece and Spain would pay their first visit to the Albanian port of Durres. The three-day visit is part of the effort to contain the conflict in Kosovo, where ethnic Albanians are fighting for independence from Serbia. Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic has refused to recognise Kosovo as an independent state and has stepped up Serb military advances on the province. Hundreds of people have died in the conflict since February. The port call was approved at a May 28th NATO foreign ministers' meeting in Luxembourg. At the meeting, the ministers also decided to help Albania and Macedonia patrol their borders, and to hold manoeuvres in Albania with land and air forces in August. On the first day of the visit, NATO Chief Commander General Wesley Clark met Albanian Prime Minister Fatos Nano to discuss the crisis in the region. NATO says it wants a peaceful solution to the conflict, even though it is stepping up pressure on the Serbs by allowing the ships to patrol the borders. SOUNDBITE: (English) "NATO wants to do its part to help promote stability in this region and persuade all parties that conflicts such as those beginning in Kosovo must be resolved through peaceful means." SUPER CAPTION: General Wesley Clark, NATO Chief Commander General Clark said Serb forces and the militant Kosovo Liberation Army should try to bring about a peace by stopping the violence, and coming together by starting talks. He also urged parties in the Kosovo conflict not to doubt the capabilities and determination of the NATO allied forces. SOUNDBITE: (English) "This alliance has many, many capabilities. We've demonstrated these capabilities in a very pragmatic fashion in our work in Bosnia, and we encourage all parties to participate in a constructive dialogue and peacefully resolve the crisis." SUPER CAPTION: General Wesley Clark, NATO Chief Commander But it remains to be seen whether the show of allied force will have any effect on either Serbia or the Albanian militants. Meanwhile, major powers met in Germany on Wednesday in an attempt to prevent the continuing bloodshed in Kosovo. The Contact Group - made up of the U-S, Russia, Germany, Britain, France and Italy - called on governments to crack down on the flow of funds to ethnic Albanian rebels. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 ​​ Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍



(13 Aug 1997) English/Nat A press conference held by the NATO Supreme Allied Commander was interrupted by a Bosnia-Serb soldier who demanded that SFOR troops leave Bosnian leaders alone. The demand came as the NATO-led peace force in Bosnia toughened its stance against unauthorised Bosnian-Serb special police forces. NATO officials, led by Supreme Allied Commander General Wesley Clark, arrived in Pale on Wednesday to announce that an ultimatum had been issued to unauthorised special police units, urging them to come under the authority of SFOR. The special forces units include teams which help guard indicted war criminal and former Bosnian Serb president Radovan Karadzic. The two- to three-thousand strong special police brigade in Bosnia's Serb entity is armed with tanks, artillery, armoured personnel carriers, automatic rifles and other weapons associated with military forces. During his news conference, Clark was interrupted by a soldier from the Bosnian Serb army, who asked SFOR troops to leave Karadzic and Bosnian Serb General Ratko Mladic alone. SOUNDBITE: (Bosnian-Serb) 'With all the respect, since you have the opportunity to make contact with important people I ask you please leave Radovan Karadzic alone, please leave General Ratko Mladic alone. I'm here, so please just leave us alone.' SUPER CAPTION: Bosnian Serb soldier Clark quickly responded. SOUNDBITE: (English) 'The essence of your request - in order to meet that. These men are indicated war criminals they need to present themselves to The Hague. ' SUPER CAPTION: General Wesley Clark, NATO Supreme Allied Commander He said when the Dayton agreement was draughted out, the Republika Srpska was fully represented and had said it would comply with the war crimes tribunal. SOUNDBITE: (English) ' the agreement it was worked out that all parties would cooperate fully with the International War Crimes Tribunal. (FIRST COUPLE OF SECONDS OF FOLLOWING SOUNDBITE IS OVERLAID WITH WIDE SHOT OF CONFERENCE) 'These men are indicted war criminals. They're not soldiers serving in a war arena. But the men named in the indictment are accused of very serious charges.' SUPER CAPTION: General Wesley Clark, NATO Supreme Allied Commander Moves against Bosnian Serb special police have fueled speculation that Western governments may be ready to arrest Karadzic, who's been indicted twice by the U-N war crimes tribunal. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 ​​ Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍

General Wesley Clark | Recite Al Jazeeri


Bivši general američke vojske i vrhovni komandant NATO snaga. Devedesetih je bio aktivno involviran u NATO misijama u Bosni i Hercegovini i na Kosovu. Trenutno je konsultant, vojni analitičar i politički komentator.  O političkoj i sigurnosnoj situaciji u Bosni i Hercegovini, ali i na prostoru Zapadnog Balkana, utjecaju Moskve, novom interesovanju američke administracije te pozivima na secesiju za Al Jazeeru govori general Wesley Clark. #ReciteAlJazeeri

Gen. Wesley Clark and the Future of Energy


As states develop plans to meet their energy needs in the coming decades, these choices could dramatically effect economic growth and security. How will worldwide growth in energy demand and increasing competition for resources influence these decisions? What are the risks and benefits of the many resource and technology options? In this interview, Wesley Clark, ex-NATO commander and expert in national security and energy risk issues, discusses energy security and opportunities for promoting a secure, sustainable and prosperous energy future.

Don’t Wait for the Next War: A Discussion with Gen. Wesley Clark


The Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security welcomed Gen. Wesley K. Clark (Ret.) to provide remarks promoting his new book Don’t Wait for the Next War: A Strategy for American Growth and Global Leadership. Damon Wilson, the Council’s executive vice president, welcomed the guests to the event. The general was introduced by Karen Tramontano, CEO of Blue Star Strategies. Defense News Editor Vago Muradian moderated the event. Gen. Wesley K. Clark, USA (Ret.) Chairman and CEO Wesley K. Clark & Associates Board Director Atlantic Council MODERATED BY Vago Muradian Editor Defense News Welcome by Damon Wilson Executive Vice President Atlantic Council As a former supreme allied commander Europe and renowned military leader, General Clark is widely noted for being an exceptional strategic thinker. As the United States winds down from a decade of war and finds itself once again at the precipice of a new prolonged conflict, the country must chart a new strategic course to achieve success. Beyond those issues, terrorism, cybersecurity, financial instability, the rise of China, and global climate change will pose challenges and opportunities for the United States which, without a defined and robust strategy, would prove very difficult to effectively manage. To meet these challenges, General Clark will outline what the United States should do to remain the global leader and prosper in this new global environment. He also will provide his rationale for why the United States should relearn the art of strategy to succeed now and into the future. General Clark is a retired four-star general in the United States Army, and served as supreme allied commander Europe, where he led NATO forces to victory in Operation Allied Force, the war in Kosovo. He is chairman and CEO of Wesley K. Clark & Associates, a strategic consulting firm, and is the author of Winning Modern Wars and Waging Modern War. He serves as a board director of the Atlantic Council. Follow along on Twitter using #ACStrategy! Subscribe for more! 🤍 Driven by our mission of “shaping the global future together,” the Atlantic Council is a nonpartisan organization that galvanizes US leadership and engagement in the world, in partnership with allies and partners, to shape solutions to global challenges. Find out more about us below or at Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

A Conversation with General Wesley K. Clark, (ret.)


The Alianta Conversations event series invites influential leaders in business, politics, academia and the non-profit sector to the table for engaging discussions on the most important topics facing Romania. Now we are inviting you to join us for a very special conversation with General Wesley K. Clark, (ret.). The conversation will be livestreamed and we welcome your questions and comments online. Please follow, like and share our page to stay up-to-date with our latest events!

A Conversation with Gen. Wesley K. Clark (Ret., US Army)


Recorded: January 28, 2015 The series "Conversations with Great Leaders in Memory of Preston Robert Tisch" — underwritten by the children of the late Bob Tisch, a businessman and philanthropist — highlights great leadership in action through interviews with key leaders from all sectors of civic life. Gen. Wesley K. Clark (Ret., US Army) is a distinguished fellow at UCLA’s Burkle Center and a retired four-star general in the United States Army. In 2004, Clark campaigned for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination. He is chairman and CEO of Wesley K. Clark & Associates, a strategic consulting firm, and is the author of "Don't Wait for the Next War: A Strategy for American Growth and Global Leadership" (PublicAffairs). Clark is the recipient of many awards, including the Purple Heart and the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Moderated by Jonathan Alter, columnist, Daily Beast

General Wesley Clark: If I were an investor, I'd buckle my seatbelt


General Wesley Clark, former NATO supreme allied commander, discusses the rise of Middle East tensions in wake of U.S. airstrike on "Closing Bell." For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO: 🤍 » Subscribe to CNBC TV: 🤍 » Subscribe to CNBC: 🤍 » Subscribe to CNBC Classic: 🤍 Turn to CNBC TV for the latest stock market news and analysis. From market futures to live price updates CNBC is the leader in business news worldwide. Connect with CNBC News Online Get the latest news: 🤍 Follow CNBC on LinkedIn: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Facebook: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Twitter: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Instagram: 🤍 #CNBC #CNBC TV

General Wesley Clark on Russia's hybrid war with Ukraine, Harris Hall Northwestern U.


General Clark, Supreme Allied Commander Europe for NATO 1997-2000, briefs attendees on the Russia's hybrid war with Ukraine. Part of events in the Chicagoland area April 30, 2015 (partial recording).

Why Putin Always Intended To Attack Ukraine with General Wes Clark


On the season finale of Max Brooks Breaks Down, General Wesley Clark (former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO) explains why Putin ALWAYS intended to attack Ukraine, and how the only way to stop this war is to win it!  For more: 🤍maxbrooksauthor General Wes Clark 🤍GeneralClark

citybiz Interview: General Wesley Clark, Renew America Together


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