Contradicting David Brooks, former Defense Policy Board chairman
Richard Perle suggested last week on the Charlie Rose show that Syria shouldn't
feel secure from an invasion.
With the release of "An End To Evil" by Perle and David Frum, Lutz Kleveman,
author of The New Great Game, also remembers an interview last year in which
Richard Perle declared "I don't see why our success in the war on terror is dependent on the goodwill of the Afghan or the Pakistani population."
The Boston Globe remembers Perle's 1992 spy novel, in which a security advisor dissuades the President from disarmament negotiations with news of a hidden weapons cache.