David Albright Net Worth

David Albright Net Worth is
$15 Million

David Albright Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

David Albright, M.Sc., is the founder of the non-governmental Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS), its current president, and author of several books on proliferation of atomic weapons. Albright holds a Master of Science in physics from Indiana University and a M.Sc. in mathematics from Wright State University. He has taught physics at George Mason University in Virginia.From 1990 to 2001, Albright was a member of the Colorado State Health Advisory Panel, participating in its assessment of the toxicological and radiological effects on the population near the Rocky Flats atomic weapons production site.1992–97, David Albright was associated with the International Atomic Energy Agency's Action Team. In June 1996, he was invited to be the first non-governmental inspector of Iraq's nuclear program and questioned Iraqi officials about that country's uranium enrichment program.In 2001 Albright prepared an analysis, for CNN, of documents found in an abandoned Al Qaeda safe house in Kabul believed to have been used by Abu Khabbab, who they described as "Osama bin Laden's top chemical and biological weapons commander." Albright confirmed the abandoned documents included plans for a nuclear bomb, and extensive training notes on the handling of radiological material.In September 2002, Albright and his organization ISIS were the first to publicly criticize the claims of the Bush administration and the CIA about the infamous Iraqi Iraqi aluminum tubes. In response to Iraqi aluminum tubes, Albright said it was far from clear that the tubes were intended for a uranium centrifuge. From the August/September 2003 American Journalism Review: "On December 8 [2002] Bob Simon reported on 60 Minutes that the aluminum tubes story was being challenged. He quoted British intelligence officials and David Albright, a weapons inspector in Iraq for the U.N. in the 1990s. Albright said, 'People who understood gas centrifuges almost uniformly felt that these tubes were not specific to gas centrifuge use.' Simon said to Albright: 'It seems that what you're suggesting is that the administration's leak to the New York Times, regarding aluminum tubes, was misleading?' Albright: 'Oh, I think it was. I think—I think it was very misleading.'""If the U.S. government puts out bad information it runs a risk of undermining the good information it possesses. In this case, I fear that the information was put out there for a short-term political goal: to convince people that Saddam Hussein is close to acquiring nuclear weapons."Albright subsequently exposed flaws in the Bush administration's other so-called nuclear evidence in the run-up to the Iraq war. Prior to the start of the war, he also became skeptical that Iraq had sizeable stocks of chemical and biological weapons.A National Journal profile in 2004 called Albright a "go-to guy for media people seeking independent analysis on Iraq's [weapons of mass destruction] programs."In 2006 Albright rece


This Week2011TV SeriesHimself
The Colbert Report2011TV SeriesHerself - Guest
Tavis Smiley2010TV SeriesHimself
Kill the Messenger2006TV Movie documentaryHimself
Uncovered: The Whole Truth About the Iraq War2004DocumentaryHimself - Physicist and former weapons inspector with the IAEA Action team
Uncovered: The War on Iraq2004DocumentaryHimself - Physicist and former weapons inspector with the IAEA Action team
Frontline2004TV Series documentaryHimself
CBS Evening News with Dan Rather2004TV SeriesHimself
Charlie Rose2002TV SeriesHimself - Guest
60 Minutes2002TV Series documentaryHimself - Physicist (segment "It Pays to Advertise?")
60 Minutes Wednesday1999TV Series documentaryHimself - Former Nuclear Inspector (segment "Saddam's Bomb Maker")

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