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Latest Robert Gates Items
Former U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates is returning to his hometown later this month to talk about his new book.
The Journal Inquirer of Manchester (Conn.), March 12, 2014
Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Sunday the Obama administration's attempts to deter Russia from further aggression in Ukraine and across the region are likely to fail.
Robert Gates and his wife Becky took a road trip last summer, driving from their home in Skagit County to Glacier National Park in Montana. For many, that would be a typical summer vacation, but for the Gateses, it was remarkable.
Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates took the tour of his tell-all book Tuesday to Texas A&M University, where he formerly served as president, telling a crowd of 2,000 people that he was hamstrung by a dysfunctional and polarized Washington too intent on micromanaging and getting re-elected.
Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Friday that Congress should not impose new sanctions on Iran but should use the threat of tougher sanctions to force Tehran to complete a de-nuclearization agreement.
Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Tuesday he respected President Obama's decision-making during his tenure in his cabinet, but he thought the commander in chief should have spoken more often about why the mission in Afghanistan was a noble effort.
The Obama administration pushed back Monday against former Defense Secretary Robert Gates' allegations that the president lacks "passion" when it comes to most military matters.
President Barack Obama says former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates did an outstanding job while at the Pentagon and calls him a good friend.