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Profile: Robert G. Joseph

 
  

Positions that Robert G. Joseph has held:

  • National Security Council staff official on nuclear proliferation


 

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Robert G. Joseph actively participated in the following events:

 
  

A day or two days before January 28      Complete Iraq timeline

       Robert G. Joseph, director for nonproliferation at the National Security Council (NSC), telephones senior CIA official Alan Foley and argues that the Africa-uranium claim should be included in Bush's upcoming State of the Union address. When Foley warns that the allegation has little evidence to support it, Mr. Joseph instead requests that the speech include a remark saying that the British had learned that Iraq was seeking uranium in Africa, leaving out the bit about Niger and the exact quantity of uranium that was allegedly sought. [The Washington Post, 7/17/03; New York Times, 7/17/03; New York Times, 7/17/03; The Washington Post, 7/27/03 Sources: Alan Foley] Joseph claims he does not recall the discussion and White House communications director Dan Bartlett calls Foley's version of events a “conspiracy theory.” [The Washington Post, 7/27/03]
People and organizations involved: Alan Foley, Robert G. Joseph, Dan Bartlett
          

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