GlobalSecurity.org In the News
- From Missile Defense to a Space Arms Race? By Walter Pincus Washington Post Saturday, December 30, 2000 -- John Pike, director of GlobalSecurity.org, a defense research organization, said some members of Congress pushed for the latest commission because they think the United States should be working harder to develop "anti-satellite weapons, lasers and other space weapons" and should consider establishing "a separate space force, much as we have a separate air force."
- Ex-defense secretary selected for second tour Finlay Lewis The San Diego Union-Tribune December 29, 2000, Friday Pg. A-1 "We're going to wind up with more Chinese nuclear missiles aimed at American cities" if the treaty is ditched, said John Pike, a director of globalsecurity.org, a defense policy group. "There is no way the Chinese are going to stand by and let us disarm them while we remain armed."
- John Pike: An Intelligence Sleuth in His Own Right By Vernon Loeb
Washington Post Monday, December 25, 2000 -- What makes Pike most interesting as an intelligence analyst is the fact that he is an iconoclast, not an ideologue. Part of Pike's strength as an intelligence analyst stems from his own skill as a sleuth and his obvious appreciation of the art of intelligence gathering.
- JOHN PIKE LAUNCHES NEW ORGANIZATION - DECEMBER 19, 2000 -- John Pike, one of America's leading experts on defense, space and intelligence policy, has launched GlobalSecurity.org, a new nonprofit nonpartisan organization dedicated to promoting international peace and security.