The Council on Foreign
The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) is an American nonprofit
nonpartisan membership organization, publisher, and think tank
specializing in U.S. foreign policy and international affairs.
Founded in 1921 and headquartered at 58 East 68th Street in New York
City, with an additional office in Washington, D.C., the CFR is
considered to be the nation's 'most influential foreign-policy think
tank.'  It publishes a bi-monthly journal Foreign Affairs. ....
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As stated on its website, the CFR's mission is to be "a resource for
its members, government officials, business executives, journalists,
educators and students, civic and religious leaders, and other
interested citizens in order to help them better understand the
world and the foreign policy choices facing the United States and
The CFR aims to maintain a diverse membership, including special
programs to promote interest and develop expertise in the next
generation of foreign policy leaders. It convenes meetings at which
government officials, global leaders and prominent members of the
foreign policy community discuss major international issues. Its
think tank, the David Rockefeller Studies Program, is composed of
about fifty adjunct and full-time scholars, as well as ten
in-resident recipients of year-long fellowships, who cover the major
regions and significant issues shaping today's international agenda.
These scholars contribute to the foreign policy debate by making
recommendations to the presidential administration, testifying
before Congress, serving as a resource to the diplomatic community,
interacting with the media, authoring books, reports, articles, and
op-eds on foreign policy issues.
Over its history have included senior serving politicians, more than
a dozen Secretaries of State, former national security officers,
bankers, lawyers, professors, former CIA members and senior media
The Council on Foreign Relations, a sister organization to the Royal
Institute of International Affairs in London (now known as Chatham
House), was formed in 1922 as a noncommercial, nonpolitical
organization supporting American foreign relations. From its
inception the Council was bipartisan, welcoming members of both
Democratic and Republican parties. It also welcomed Jews and African
Americans, although women were initially barred from membership. Its
proceedings were almost universally private and confidential. A
critical study found that of 502 government officials surveyed from
1945 to 1972, more than half were members of the Council.
The Council on Foreign Relations
New World Order Documentary – w Dick
Cheney on CFR
The Counsel on Foreign Relations, 1921 - Rockefeller Initiates
- Book: by David Rothkopf - Superclass - Carnegie
- Bilderberg Group 1954 – Gray Men…
- Caroll Quigley – Thought B. Clinton – Book, The Anglo-American
ESTABLISHMENT & Tragedy & Hope
- The United Nations..
- The Tri-lateral Commision
- Secret Society “The Round Table” – England: Cesar Rhodes
- Brezisnsky behind B. Obama
- Problem – reaction – solution, = Order out of Chaos.
- Prescott Bush, Pres Bush Grandfather,& The Rockefellers, the
funders of WW II Hitler war machine
- The Project for the New American Century, created by Neocons..
Chenney, Rumsfeld, Woolfowitz
- Henry Jackson Society USA & The Hudson Institute
- Electromagnetic Weapons