Randy Scheunemann is a foreign policy and national security analyst based in Washington D.C. In 2002, he founded the Committee for the Liberation of Iraq (CLI) to promote freedom for the Iraqi people. He served as pro bono President and Executive Director of CLI until its mission was completed in 2003.
In 2001, Scheunemann served as a consultant to the Office of the Secretary of Defense. From 1999-2000, Scheunemann served as Defense and Foreign Policy Coordinator for the "McCain 2000" presidential campaign. During 1996, Mr. Scheunemann was a senior adviser to Republican Presidential Candidate Bob Dole and served on the 1996 Republican Platform Committee. Previously, Mr. Scheunemann served as National Security Adviser to Senate Republican and Majority Leaders Bob Dole and Trent Lott from 1993-99.
Mr. Scheunemann was involved in Senate deliberations concerning the use of American military power in Somalia, the Korean peninsula, Iraq, Haiti and Bosnia. He also served as coordinator for Senate Republican policy on United Nations reform, Congressional-Executive war powers, NATO enlargement, global climate change, economic sanctions, ballistic missile defense and technology transfers to China.
From 1986-1993, Mr.
Scheunemann served on the staffs of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee,
the House Foreign Affairs Committee, and the House Republican Policy Committee.
Mr. Scheunemann has authored articles for many publications and regularly
lectures on foreign policy and security issues. In addition to serving
on the Board of Directors of the Project for New American Century, Mr.
Scheunemann serves on the Board of Directors of the U.S. Committee on
NATO, the Project on Transitional Democracies, and the International Republican