Fritz Ermarth

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Person.png Fritz Ermarth  Rdf-icon.png
(Spook)
Fritz Ermarth.jpg
Born 1941
Chicago, Illinois, USA
Alma mater Wittenberg University, Harvard University
Member of Le Cercle
Interests “National security”
Le Cercle. CIA. RAND

Employment.png Senior Intelligence Service member

In office
1996 - 1 October 1998
Employer CIA

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In office
1995 - 1996
Employer CIA
"Mr. Ermarth planned and organized interagency multicrisis simulations designed to test Community management knowledge and skills. He led a special interagency team studying intelligence strategy and management for the future."

Employment.png "Special advisor"

In office
1994 - 1995
Employer Navy Department

Employment.png Staff consultant

In office
1994 - 1995
Employer Commission on Roles and Missions of the Armed Forces
Developed a briefing on the global environment facing US defense planning.

Employment.png Sabbatical fellow

In office
1993 - 1994
Employer Rand Corporation
"Studied global trends such as the revolution in military affairs, globalization of economics and culture, the development of post-communist societies, and the internal problems of advanced industrial democracies."

Employment.png Chairman of the National Intelligence Council

In office
1988 - 1993
Handled the demise of the Warsaw Pact and the USSR, and the end of the Cold War.

Background

Ermarth received a BA in History from Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio, in 1961, and an MA in Soviet Studies from Harvard University in 1963. He speaks German and Russian.[1]

Career

In 1965 he joined Radio Free Europe as a Soviet affairs analyst, working in Munich, West Germany. He then held a range of posts in the CIA and the Rand Corporation. He officially retired from the CIA on 1 October 1998.[1] Since 2002 he has been Director of National Security Programs at the Nixon Center. He is also a part-time senior analyst for the Strategies Group at Science Applications International Corporation.[2]

Deep political connections

He is an attendee of Le Cercle.[3]



References


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