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*[[The Work Foundation]] [http://www.theworkfoundation.com/]   
 
*[[The Work Foundation]] [http://www.theworkfoundation.com/]   
 
*[[Young Fabians]]
 
*[[Young Fabians]]
 
== Scottish Examples ==
 
 
* [[The Centre for the Study of Public Policy]]
 
* [[The Centre for Scottish Public Policy]]
 
* [[David Hume Institute]]
 
* [[International Futures Forum]]
 
* [[John Wheatley Centre]]
 
* [[The Policy Institute]]
 
* [[The Scottish Council Foundation]]
 
  
 
== European Examples ==
 
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*Allen S. Hepner, "[http://newmillenniumresearch.org/Impact_1004.pdf Next-Generation think-tank techniques can bolster issues management results]", ''Impact'', Public Affairs Council, October 2004.
 
*Allen S. Hepner, "[http://newmillenniumresearch.org/Impact_1004.pdf Next-Generation think-tank techniques can bolster issues management results]", ''Impact'', Public Affairs Council, October 2004.
 
*Jill Junnola, "[http://www.campus-watch.org/article/id/243 Perspective: Who funds whom?]", ''CampusWatch.org'' from ''Energy Compass'', October 4, 2002. Re [[neo-conservative]] think tank funding/funders.
 
*Jill Junnola, "[http://www.campus-watch.org/article/id/243 Perspective: Who funds whom?]", ''CampusWatch.org'' from ''Energy Compass'', October 4, 2002. Re [[neo-conservative]] think tank funding/funders.
*Robert Kuttner,"[http://www.prospect.org/print/V13/13/kuttner-r.html Comment: Philanthropy and Movements]", ''The American Prospect'', July 15, 2002. Excellent article relating "think tank" summit meeting between funders and four major conservative "philanthropies" -- American Enterprise Institute, Cato Institute, Heritage Foundation, and Manhattan Institute -- observed by an invited guest "liberal". This is a virtual "how to" to build a movement.
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*Robert Kuttner,"[http://www.prospect.org/print/V13/13/kuttner-r.html Comment: Philanthropy and Movements]", ''The American Prospect'', July 15, 2002. Excellent article relating "think tank" summit meeting between funders and four major conservative "philanthropies" American Enterprise Institute, Cato Institute, Heritage Foundation, and Manhattan Institute observed by an invited guest "liberal". This is a virtual "how to" to build a movement.
 
*Richard Morin and Claudia Deane, "[http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/politics/fedpage/columns/ideasindustry/ The Ideas Industry]", ''Washington Post''. (The Ideas Industry column ran between July 2002 and April 2003 and has been discontinued but an archives of the columns is still accessible).
 
*Richard Morin and Claudia Deane, "[http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/politics/fedpage/columns/ideasindustry/ The Ideas Industry]", ''Washington Post''. (The Ideas Industry column ran between July 2002 and April 2003 and has been discontinued but an archives of the columns is still accessible).
 
*National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy, ''[http://www.mediatransparency.org/conservativephilanthropy.php Moving a Public Policy Agenda: the Strategic Philanthropy of Conservative Foundations]'', a research report from the (NCRP)[http://www.ncrp.org/], July 1997. A hard copy of the report can be obtained for $US25 [http://www.ncrp.org/cgi-bin/SoftCart.exe/Store/p-013.html?L+scstore+yghf0237ff5e445e+1077846511 from here]
 
*National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy, ''[http://www.mediatransparency.org/conservativephilanthropy.php Moving a Public Policy Agenda: the Strategic Philanthropy of Conservative Foundations]'', a research report from the (NCRP)[http://www.ncrp.org/], July 1997. A hard copy of the report can be obtained for $US25 [http://www.ncrp.org/cgi-bin/SoftCart.exe/Store/p-013.html?L+scstore+yghf0237ff5e445e+1077846511 from here]

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Think tanks on Wikispooks

Wikispooks pageWWWDescription
21st Century Councilhttp://www.berggruen.org/
Africa Institute
American Enterprise Institutehttp://www.aei.orgThe Godfather of Washington neo-conservative lobby groups
American Foreign Policy Councilhttp://www.afpc.org
Aspen Institutehttp://www.aspeninstitute.org/
Atlantic Council of the United Kingdomhttp://www.atlanticcounciluk.org/
Atlantic Treaty Associationhttp://www.ata-sec.orgA pro-NATO think tank.
Atlantik-BrückeA long established and relatively public organ of the US to control German politics.
Atlas Networkhttp://www.atlasnetwork.org
Berggruen Institutehttp://www.berggruen.org/
Brookings Institutionhttp://www.brookings.edu/
CFRhttp://www.cfr.orgA long established and relatively public organ of the US deep state.
Cato Institutehttp://www.cato.org
Center for Global Developmenthttp://www.cgdev.org
Center for Medicine in the Public Interesthttp://cmpi.org
Center for Strategic and International Studieshttp://csis.org
Center for the Defense of Free Enterprisehttp://www.cdfe.org/
Centre for European Reformhttp://cer.org.uk
Centre for Policy Studieshttp://www.cps.org.uk
Centre for Social Cohesion
Centre for the New Europehttp://www.cne.org
CentreForumhttp://www.centreforum.org
Chatham Househttp://www.chathamhouse.org
Civitashttp://civitas.org.uk/
Civitatis Internationalhttp://www.paxcivitatis.org
Claremont Institutehttp://www.claremont.org
Competitive Enterprise Institutehttp://cei.orgA "vociferous anti-environmental" think tank.
Cornerstone Grouphttp://cornerstone-group.org.uk/A group of Conservative MPs.
Council for a Community of Democracieshttp://www.community-democracies.org
Council on the Future of EuropeA part of Nicolas Berggruen's network
David Hume Institutehttp://www.davidhumeinstitute.com
Democracy Institutehttp://www.democracyinstitute.org
Demoshttp://www.demos.co.uk/
Edmund Burke Foundationhttp://www.burkestichting.nlA conservative think tank based in the Netherlands.
European Atlantic Grouphttp://www.eag.org.uk
European Policy Forumhttp://www.epfltd.org/
First Defence
Foundation for Defense of Democracieshttp://www.defenddemocracy.org
Foundation for Research on Economics and Environmenthttp://free-eco.org/
Fraser of Allander Institutehttps://fraserofallander.org
Frontiers of Freedomhttp://www.ff.org
Futures Forumhttp://www.scotlandfutureforum.org
George C. Marshall Institutehttp://www.marshall.org
Globalisation Institutehttp://www.globalisationinstitute.org
Henry Jackson Societyhttp://www.henryjacksonsociety.orgA British neocon political action committee supported by key US neocons and by two of David Cameron's closest advisers.
Henry L. Stimson Centerhttp://www.stimson.org
Hoover Institutionhttp://www.hoover.org
Hudson Institutehttp://www.hudson.org
IMANI
Institute for Humane Studieshttp://www.theihs.org
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Examples

Page nameDescription
Ashland Institute for Strategic Studies
Bruges GroupOfficially, a eurosceptic think tank.
CChange
Cadogan Group
Center for European Policy Analysis
EastWest Institute
Foundation for the Defense of Democracies
Freedom Institute
French Institute of International RelationsGroup former by Thierry de Montbrial.
Institute for the Study of War
International Institute for Environment and Development
Jewish Institute for National Security of America
New Local Government Network
Policy Search
Potomac Institute for Policy Studies
Prague Security Studies Institute
Progressive Vision
Security and Defence Agenda
Social Justice Scotland
The Muslim Institute
Timbro

 

Related Document

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Document:The Private Sector, Institutes, Think Tanks and Lobbying Organisations extract from The "Terrorism" Industrybook extract1990Edward S. Herman


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