Who’s who in the film

Who’s who in the film

These former Bush officials were interviewed for Statecraft

James Baker

Baker served as secretary of state from 1989–1992 and White House chief of staff from 1992–1993.

James Baker oral history, 2000

James Baker oral history, 2011

Robert Blackwill

Blackwill served as special assistant to the president for National Security Affairs and senior director for European and Soviet Affairs from 1989–1990.

Richard Cheney

Cheney served as secretary of defense from 1989–1993.

Richard Cheney oral history

Robert Gates

Gates served as deputy national security advisor from 1989–1991 and director of central intelligence from 1991–1993.

Robert Gates oral history

Richard Haass

Haass served as special assistant to the president and National Security Council senior director for Near East and South Asian affairs from 1989–1993.

Richard Haass oral history

Stephen Hadley

Hadley served as assistant secretary of defense for international security policy from 1989–1993.

Colin Powell

Powell served as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from 1989–1993.

Colin Powell oral history

Dan Quayle

Quayle served as vice president of the United States from 1989–1993.

Dan Quayle oral history

Condoleezza Rice

Rice served as senior director of Soviet and East European affairs in the National Security Council and special assistant to the president for national security affairs from 1989–1993.

Dennis Ross

Ross served as the State Department's director of policy planning from 1989–1992.

Dennis Ross oral history

Brent Scowcroft

Scowcroft served as national security advisor from 1989–1993.

Brent Scowcroft oral history

John Sununu

Sununu served as White House chief of staff from 1989–1991.

John Sununu oral history, June 2000

John Sununu oral history, November 2000

William Webster

Webster served as director of Central Intelligence from 1987–1989.

Philip Zelikow

Zelikow served on the National Security Council staff from 1989–1991.

Robert Zoellick

Zoellick served as counselor of the Department of State from 1989–1992, undersecretary of state for Economic and Agricultural Affairs from 1991–1992, and White House deputy chief of staff from 1992–1993.