Atlantic Council/Chairman

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Employment.png Atlantic Council/Chairman

Start1961
Leader ofAtlantic Council/Corporate Members
Leader of the Atlantic Council/Corporate Members

The Chairman of the Atlantic Council of the United States is definitely a part of the deep state[1]. Most chairmen have the traditional career of moving between think tanks, board positions in large, mostly military-industrial, corporations and government positions.

Some have higher profiles than others, like Secretaries of Defense or presidential advisors, while others stay in the shadows.

In 1961, former Secretaries of State Dean Acheson and Christian Herter, with Will Clayton, William Foster, Theodore Achilles and other distinguished Americans, recommended the consolidation of the U.S. citizens groups supporting the Atlantic Alliance into the Atlantic Council of the United States. [2]

Also worth looking at are Vice-Chairmen and the composition of the Atlantic Council board, which consists exclusively of deep state operators.


 

Office Holders on Wikispooks

NameFromToDescription
John F. W. Rogers2018
James L. Jones20172018Interim Chairman
Jon HuntsmanJanuary 2014September 2017
Brent Scowcroft2013January 2014Interim chairman
Chuck Hagel20092013
James L. Jones20072009
Jan LodalOctober 20052006
Henry Catto19992007
Brent Scowcroft19981999
Rozanne Ridgway19891996As President 1989-1993, Co-Chair 1993-1996
Andrew Goodpaster19851997
Francis Wilcox19751984Was Director General
W. Randolph Burgess19711973
Lauris Norstad19631967
Livingston T. Merchant19631967
Christian Herter19611963


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