Paul Wolfowitz Quotes and its meanings

Paul Wolfowitz has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Fear Future Health Imagination Science War

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What does Paul Wolfowitz write about?

Paul Wolfowitz has written on many topics but he is most famous for his work about fear, future, health, imagination, science & war. People always share Fear quotes, Future quotes, health, imagination, science & war from his literary works.

What are the top most famous quotes by Paul Wolfowitz?

Here are the top most famous quotes by Paul Wolfowitz.

  • China, in the future, is going to have even more nuclear capability than it has had in the past. I don't believe that they have anything to fear from the United States, and I frankly don't believe they do fear the United States.
  • I can't predict the future.
  • It's wonderful that so many people want to contribute to fighting aids or malaria. But, if somebody isn't paying attention to the overall health system in the country, a whole lot of money can be wasted.
  • Someone once said that history has more imagination than all the scenario writers in the Pentagon, and we have a lot of scenario writers here. No one ever wrote a scenario for commercial airliners crashing into the World Trade Center.
  • I told my father I had to try political science for a year. He thought I was throwing my life away.
  • One of the things that ultimately led me to leave mathematics and go into political science was thinking I could prevent nuclear war.
  • That sense of what happened in Europe in World War II has shaped a lot of my views.
  • We did not go to war in Afghanistan or in Iraq to, quote, 'impose democracy.' We went to war in both places because we saw those regimes as a threat to the United States.