This “think tank” known as The Project for a New American Century, formerly staffed by disciples of the late Leo Strauss, which was essential to the illegal and unconstitutional invasion and occupation of Iraq, recently closed its doors:
The PNAC did go out of business around July 1, claiming “Mission Accomplished.” But its movement was in relative shambles compared to the heyday of pre-Iraq War 2003, when the Administration could lie with impunity. In late 2005, when I. Lewis Libby, the highest-ranking neo-con in the land, serving as Cheney’s National Security Advisor, was indicted for perjury and obstruction of justice, it was clear that the neo-cons were no longer at their zenith.
Apparently they have taken root, like a poisonous weed, in the UK:
What the Washington Post and most Americans, especially Congressmen and Senators, do not realize, is that PNAC has effectively moved to Britain, and set up shop in London as the
Henry Jackson Society. What may have begun as an idea of expansion, or an insurance policy for the neo-cons if America turns against them, has now become a necessity. The accelerating global economic-financial collapse is reducing the support for the Bush-Cheney regime to dust, at the same time that the need for an imperial synarchist drive—from their standpoint—has never been greater.
Interesting info. in this article: