| Richard Pipes |
|Died||May 17, 2018 (Age 94)|
|Alma mater||Cornell University, Harvard University|
|Spouse||Irene Eugenia Roth|
|Member of||American Committee for Peace in Chechnya/Members, Benador Associates, Committee for the Free World, Committee on the Present Danger/Members, Team B, Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation|
Hawkish cold warrior historian
Richard Pipes was a right wing historian and politician who was credited with "shaping the Reagan administration's aggressive approach to the Soviet Union". His son, Daniel Pipes, is the director of the Middle East Forum.
Because of his opposition to the Soviet Union, Richard Pipes was chosen to head Team B during the Ford administration in order to provide an alternative analysis of the existing National Intelligence Estimates.
Conservatives argued that the National Intelligence Estimates had underplayed the military threat posed by the Soviet Union. According to author Anne Cahn in her article, "Team B: The Trillion Dollar Experiment", "Team B reports became the intellectual foundation of 'the window of vulnerability' and of the massive arms buildup that began toward the end of the Carter administration and accelerated under President Reagan".
Coalition for a Democratic Majority | Team B | Committee on the Present Danger | Consortium for the Study of Intelligence | Committee on the Present Danger | Heritage Foundation | Hudson Institute | Harvard University | Harvard University Russian Research Center | Council on Foreign Relations | Freedom House | Benador Associates 
Events Participated in
|Bilderberg/1981||15 May 1981||17 May 1981||Switzerland|
|The 29th Bilderberg|
|Bilderberg/1982||14 May 1982||16 May 1982||Norway|
|The 30th Bilderberg, held in Norway.|
|Colloquium on Analysis and Estimates||30 November 1979||1 December 1979||Spooky 1979 Washington conference|
|Colloquium on Clandestine Collection||30 December 1981||31 December 1981||A spooky colloquium in Washington DC|
|Colloquium on Counterintelligence||24 April 1980||26 April 1980||Spooky 1980 Washington conference|
|Colloquium on Intelligence and Policy||9 November 1984||10 November 1984||A spooky conference in November 1984|
|Jerusalem Conference on International Terrorism||2 July 1979||5 July 1979||Israel|
|The birthplace of the "War on Terror" doctrine, "a major international forum for the movement against détente".|
- Sam Tanenhaus,The Hard Liner, The Boston Globe, 11-February-2003, Accessed 23-March-2009
- Anne Cahn, "Team B: The Trillion Dollar Experiment", Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, April 1993, cited on Rightweb, Richard Pipes Profile, Accessed 26-March-2009
- Rightweb, Richard Pipes Profile, Accessed 26-March-2009