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  1. Robert Michael Gates ist ein parteiloser US-amerikanischer Politiker. Vom 18. Dezember 2006 bis zum 1. Juli 2011 war er Verteidigungsminister der Vereinigten Staaten. Er arbeitete 26 Jahre lang beim Geheimdienst Central Intelligence Agency, davon vom 6. November 1991 bis zum 20. Januar 1993 als dessen Direktor. Anschließend ging er ...

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    Robert Michael Gates (born September 25, 1943) is an American intelligence analyst and university president who served as the 22nd United States secretary of defense from 2006 to 2011. He was appointed by President George W. Bush and was retained by President Barack Obama.

  3. 24. Mai 2024 · Robert M. Gates, U.S. government official who served as director of the CIA (1991–93) under President George H.W. Bush and as secretary of defense (2006–11) in the administrations of Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama. Learn more about Gates’s life and career.

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  4. 17. Okt. 2021 · Robert Gates, the only secretary of defense to serve under presidents from two different parties, offers Anderson Cooper his unique perspective on the threats facing the United States at home...

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  5. 16. März 2023 · NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Robert Gates, former Defense Secretary and founder of the Gates Global Policy Center, about the center's new report focused on re-imagining public diplomacy.

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  6. 21. Mai 2023 · Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates discusses the debt ceiling crisis, the polarization in the country, and the impact of domestic turmoil on U.S. foreign policy and national security. He also comments on the letter he signed with other former defense secretaries criticizing a senator's hold on military promotions over abortion.

  7. 17. Okt. 2021 · The former secretary of defense under two presidents from different parties shares his views on the end of the war in Afghanistan, his disagreements with President Biden and the divisions in the country. He also reflects on his career in national security and his relationship with Joe Biden.