Fritz Ermarth

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Chicago, Illinois, USA
Alma materWittenberg University, Harvard University
Member ofLe Cercle
Interests“National security”
Le Cercle. CIA. RAND

Employment.png Senior Intelligence Service member

In office
1996 - 1 October 1998

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In office
1995 - 1996
"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 Staff consultant

In office
1994 - 1995
EmployerCommission 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
EmployerRand 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.


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]


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]


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