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AbbreviationBrookings
MottoQuality. Independence. Impact.
Formation1916
Headquarters1775 Massachusetts Avenue NW
LeaderBrookings Institution/President
Typethink tank
Interest ofFrederic Adrian Delano
Sponsored byBill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Carnegie Corporation, ClimateWorks, Democracy Fund, Hewlett Foundation, Koch family foundations, Lumina Foundation, MacArthur Foundation, Omidyar Network, Open Philanthropy, Open Society Foundations, PepsiCo, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Rockefeller Foundation, Smith Richardson Foundation
SubpageBrookings Institution/President
Membership• Leonard Abramson
• George A. Akerlof
• Graham T. Allison
• Dillon Anderson
• Michael Armacost
• Elizabeth E. Bailey
• Martin N. Baily
• Zoë Baird
• A. Doak Barnett
• Peter Beinart
• C. Fred Bergsten
• Irving Bernstein
• Alan S. Blinder
• Richard C. Blum
• Geoffrey T. Boisi
• David F. Bradford
• Robert S. Brookings
• Richard C. Bush III
• Vannevar Bush
• Earl Butz
• Derek Chollet
• James W. Cicconi
• Priscilla A. Clapp
• Stephen P. Cohen
• William Cohen
• William T. Coleman Jr
• Arthur H. Compton
• Karl T. Compton
• Jeffrey Connaughton
• Donald T. Critchlow
• Arthur Culvahouse
• Ivo Daalder
• Kenneth W. Dam
• Robert A. Day
• C. Douglas Dillon
• E. J. Dionne
• Thomas E. Donilon
• Mario Draghi
• Ken Duberstein
• Mickey Edwards
• Douglas W. Elmendorf
• Bruce Fein
• Lawrence K. Fish
• Richard W. Fisher
• Henry H. Fowler
• Jeffrey A. Frankel
• Richard Freeman
• William E. Frenzel
• Stephen Friedman
• Ann M. Fudge
• Jason Furman
• James K. Galbraith
• Robert Gallucci
• Raymond L. Garthoff
• Leslie H. Gelb
• William H. Gleysteen
• Stephen M. Goldfeld
• James M. Goldgeier
• James Goodby
• Kermit Gordon
• Lincoln Gordon
• Mary Graham
• Edward M. Gramlich
• C. Boyden Gray
• Jeffrey W. Greenberg
• Brian L. Greenspun
• Zvi Griliches
• Joseph A. Grundfest
• Richard Haass
• Avril Haines
• Lee H. Hamilton
• Mary W. M. Hargreaves
• John F. Harris
• Arthur A. Hartman
• Rita E. Hauser
• Teresa Heinz
• Warren Hellman
• Peter Blair Henry
• Stephen Hess
• Stephen Horn
• Constance J. Horner
• Amo Houghton
• Glenn Hubbard
• Samuel P. Huntington
• Glenn H. Hutchins
• Joel Hyatt
• Martin Indyk
• Shirley A. Jackson
• Kenneth Jacobs
• James A. Johnson
• Suzanne Nora Johnson
• Ann Dibble Jordan
• Michael H. Jordan
• Arnold Kanter
• Robert A. Katzmann
• Breene M. Kerr
• Marie L. Knowles
• Lawrence J. Korb
• Thomas G. Labrecque
• Nicholas R. Lardy
• Robert Z. Lawrence
• Flynt Leverett
• Jacob J. Lew
• John P. Lewis
• Samuel W. Lewis
• Bobo Lo
• James Thomas Lynn
• Paul W. MacAvoy
• Thomas E. Mann
• John Mearsheimer
• Jessica Tuchman Mathews
• Donald F. McHenry
• John E. McLaughlin
• Robert McNamara
• James C. Miller III
• Ron Nessen
• Janne E. Nolan
• Edwin G. Nourse
• Michael O'Hanlon
• Arthur M. Okun
• Gilbert S. Omenn
• Peter R. Orszag
• Alfred E. Osborne Jr
• Henry D. Owen
• William A. Owens
• Mark R. Parris
• Bill Paxon
• Frank H. Pearl
• Merton J. Peck
• Susan M. Phillips
• Victor Pinchuk
• Kenneth Pollack
• Bill Poole
• John Edward Porter
• Adam Posen
• Trevor Potter
• Edward C. Prescott
• Hugh B. Price
• Steven Rattner
• Diane Ravitch
• Robert D. Reischauer
• Susan E. Rice
• Rozanne L. Ridgway
• Bruce Riedel
• Alice Rivlin
• Charles W. Robinson
• James D. Robinson III
• Judith Rodin
• J. Stapleton Roy
• Warren Rudman
• Haim Saban
• Jeffrey Sachs
• Hal Saunders
• Henry B. Schacht
• Leonard D. Schaeffer
• Cynthia P. Schneider
• Charles L. Schultze
• Bernard L. Schwartz
• Donna Shalala
• Martin Shubik
• Helmut Sonnenfeldt
• Joan Spero
• James B. Steinberg
• Paula Stern
• Lawrence H. Summers
• Harold R. Swearer
• Strobe Talbott
• Stuart Taylor Jr
• Ruy Teixeira
• Shibley Telhami
• Larry D. Thompson
• John L. Thornton
• Andrew H. Tisch
• Vincent J. Trosino
• Laura D. Tyson
• Peter S. Watson
• John C. Whitehead
• Juan Williams
• Stephen M. Wolf
• James Wolfensohn
• Howard Wolpe
• Paul Wonnacott
• Janet L. Yellen
• Daniel Yergin
• Charles W. Yost
• Mort Zuckerman
• Constanze Stelzenmüller
• George Pagoulatos
• Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala
• Lilia Shevtsova
• John Porter
• Leana Wen
• Jean-Marie Guéhenno
• Justin Vaïsse
• Robert Schaetzel

The Brookings Institution is a think tank started in 1916.

September 11, 2001

Full article: Rated 4/5 9-11
Protecting The American Homeland 2002.jpg

On 22 May 2002, the Brookings Institution published Protecting the American Homeland - A Preliminary Analysis about the attacks of September 11, 2001, authored by Michael E. O'Hanlon, Peter R. Orszag, Ivo H. Daalder, I. M. Destler, David L. Gunter, Robert E. Litan and James B. Steinberg.

Leadership

Billionaire David M. Rubenstein became co-chairman in 2014.[1] Since 1927, the Brookings Institution has had a President.

Funding

The Qatari government was named by The New York Times as "the single biggest foreign donor to Brookings", having reportedly made a $14.8 million, four-year contribution in 2014.[2]

 

Quotes by Brookings Institution

PageQuoteDateSource
2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine/Preparation“Russia behind the Headlines has published an interview with Gorbachev, who was Soviet president during the discussions and treaty negotiations concerning German reunification. The interviewer asked why Gorbachev did not “insist that the promises made to you [Gorbachev]—particularly U.S. Secretary of State James Baker’s promise that NATO would not expand into the East—be legally encoded?” Gorbachev replied: “The topic of ‘NATO expansion’ was not discussed at all, and it wasn’t brought up in those years. … Another issue we brought up was discussed: making sure that NATO’s military structures would not advance and that additional armed forces would not be deployed on the territory of the then-GDR after German reunification. Baker’s statement was made in that context… Everything that could have been and needed to be done to solidify that political obligation was done. And fulfilled.” Gorbachev continued that “The agreement on a final settlement with Germany said that no new military structures would be created in the eastern part of the country; no additional troops would be deployed; no weapons of mass destruction would be placed there. It has been obeyed all these years.” To be sure, the former Soviet president criticized NATO enlargement and called it a violation of the spirit of the assurances given Moscow in 1990, but he made clear there was no promise regarding broader enlargement.”November 2014Russia Behind the Headlines
NATO“Russia behind the Headlines has published an interview with Gorbachev, who was Soviet president during the discussions and treaty negotiations concerning German reunification. The interviewer asked why Gorbachev did not “insist that the promises made to you [Gorbachev]—particularly U.S. Secretary of State James Baker’s promise that NATO would not expand into the East—be legally encoded?” Gorbachev replied: “The topic of ‘NATO expansion’ was not discussed at all, and it wasn’t brought up in those years. … Another issue we brought up was discussed: making sure that NATO’s military structures would not advance and that additional armed forces would not be deployed on the territory of the then-GDR after German reunification. Baker’s statement was made in that context… Everything that could have been and needed to be done to solidify that political obligation was done. And fulfilled.” Gorbachev continued that “The agreement on a final settlement with Germany said that no new military structures would be created in the eastern part of the country; no additional troops would be deployed; no weapons of mass destruction would be placed there. It has been obeyed all these years.” To be sure, the former Soviet president criticized NATO enlargement and called it a violation of the spirit of the assurances given Moscow in 1990, but he made clear there was no promise regarding broader enlargement.”November 2014Brookings Institution, Russia Beyond The Headlines

 

Employees on Wikispooks

EmployeeJobAppointedEndDescription
Daniel BenjaminSenior Fellow of Foreign Policy StudiesDecember 2006May 2009
Eugene BlackChairman19621968
Martin IndykVice president Brookings Institution20012018
Donald KohnChair in International Economics and Senior Fellow2010
Cheng LiDirector of the John L. Thornton China Center2014
Kenneth M. PollackSenior Fellow and Director of the Saban Center for Middle East Policy20022015Propagandist for the 2003 Iraq war; suspected Israeli operative
Thomas WrightDirector and Senior Fellow20172022

 

Known members

75 of the 195 of the members already have pages here:

MemberDescription
George AkerlofAmerican economist married to Janet Yellen. Was given the 2001 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences.
Graham AllisonAttended the Bilderberg in 2007 after a 33 year break. First attended, as a speaker, in 1970, aged 30. Multiple deep state connections.
Dillon Anderson
Michael ArmacostPresident of the Brookings Institution, Acting US Secretary of State for 5 days in 1989
Zoë BairdSpookily connected US lawyer
C. Fred BergstenBrookings Institution, CFR, 5 Bilderbergs ...
Alan BlinderPrinceton economist. Advisor to President Bill Clinton. vice chairman of the Federal Reserve from June 1994 to January 1996.
James W. CicconiGeorge H. W. Bush connected insider.
William CohenUnited States Secretary of Defense 1997-2001, various deep state connections
Arthur CulvahouseIran-Contra Counsel to U.S. President Ronald Reagan. Brookings Institution. Ambassador to Australia from 2019 to 2021.
Ivo DaalderUSDSO who co-authored Protecting the American Homeland - A Preliminary Analysis, a book published in 2002 by the Brookings Institution about 9/11
Kenneth DamEconomist who was US Deputy Secretary of State, with a heavy Bilderberg habit.
Robert DayBilderberg billionaire businessman. Brookings Institution.President's Intelligence Advisory Board.
Douglas DillonBilderberg, Brookings, Committee on the Present Danger, CFR, US/Secretary of the Treasury...
Tom DonilonSpooky Bilderberger. Has advised the presidential campaigns of Jimmy Carter, Walter Mondale, Joe Biden, Michael Dukakis, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, and Hillary Clinton, designing policy, managing conventions, preparing candidates for debates, and overseeing presidential transitions. His brothers are also deep state operatives.
Mario DraghiBilderberg bankster and "craven moneyman". In 2021 as Prime Minister of Italy, pushed mandatory vaccines
Stephen FriedmanChairperson of the President's Intelligence Advisory Board, Director of the National Economic Council, Goldman Sachs Partner since 1973
Jason FurmanUS Bilderberger economist
James K. Galbraith
Robert GallucciFormer Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs.
Leslie GelbPresident of the Council on Foreign Relations and opinion-making New York Times journalist.
Kermit GordonInfluential economic advisor during the John F. Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson administrations. Later President of Brookings Institution.
Lincoln Gordon3 Early Bilderbergs, US Ambassador to Brazil in the 1960s, where he helped arrange the 1964 military coup.
C. Boyden GrayGeorge H. W. Bush's White House Counsel
Jeffrey Greenberg
Jean-Marie GuéhennoFrench globalist diplomat with many ties to the making of defense and security policies.
Richard HaassBilderberger, CFR President
Avril Haines"The proverbial wolf in sheep’s clothing". Possible central figure in several major psy-ops, including Russiagate and COVID-19.
Lee H. HamiltonHaving chaired some key house committees, Hamilton appears to have established himself as a safe pair of hands for handling potentially damaging information, explaining his choice as fallback vice chairman of the 9/11 Commission.
Arthur Hartman4 times Bilderberger
Teresa HeinzInherited $500 million fortune after husband died in aircraft accident, later married John Kerry.
Amo HoughtonUS multi-millionaire politician. Attended the 1972 Bilderberg as CEO of family company Corning, on the verge of becoming world's leading manufacturer of optical fiber.
Glenn HubbardSingle Bilderberger
Samuel Huntington
James D. Robinson IIIFormer CEO of American Express.
Martin Indyk
Kenneth JacobsBilderberger financier
James A. JohnsonUS politician, Bilderberg Steering committee, various USDS connections
Arnold KanterSpooky US deep state functionary. Special Assistant to President George H. W. Bush, part of Brent Scowcroft’s National Security Council staff.
Lawrence KorbMilitary-industrial complex functionary whose entire career has been a revolving door between government jobs, military contractors, and think tanks that pays him for media attendances pushing higher military spending.
Flynt Leverett
Samuel LewisSingle Bilderberg US Ambassador to Israel for 8 years
Jessica MathewsCarnegie Endowment for International Peace President, Far heavier Bilderberg habit than her husband (a US general), former(?) Steering Committee member
Donald McHenryAttended 2 Bilderbergs as ex-US Permanent Representative to the UN
Robert McNamaraUS Deep state actor, War criminal, Defense secretary, World Bank president, Brookings, CFR...
Michael O'HanlonSuspected US deep state operative who co-authored Protecting the American Homeland - A Preliminary Analysis for Brookings
Ngozi Okonjo-IwealaGAVI/SDS connected Nigerian banker, twice Nigeria's Minister of Finance, and possible deep state functionary
Peter OrszagTri-Bilderberger US deep state operative who wrote a book for the Brookings Institution about 9/11. Council on Foreign Relations, Citigroup, Lazard Frères
George Pagoulatosmarket liberal,very europhile Greek economist
Frank PearlFive times Bilderberger
... further results

 

Sponsors

EventDescription
Bill & Melinda Gates FoundationVery influential and rich foundation established to take leadership of global health.
Carnegie CorporationEstablished by Andrew Carnegie in 1911, with large grants especially to form the education sector. Lots of grants to "security" think tanks too.
ClimateWorksLarge funder of projects intended to steer public opinion and take control over all government policy under the pretext of fighting climate change. Part of "a blob" of similar very wealthy interconnected foundations with opaque structures. Backers include Bill Gates and Michael Bloomberg.
Democracy FundFinances numerous organizations as part of effort to control the narrative. Founded by Pierre Omidyar in 2011.
Hewlett FoundationHuge foundation setting the agenda by funding lots of deep state projects.
Koch family foundationsControlled by the billionaire Koch brothers, who finance the 'right' in US politics when they say the right things.
Lumina Foundation
MacArthur FoundationFinances non-profit organizations and select people in approximately 50 countries around the world, buying immense cultural and political influence. It often coordinates its priorities with other deep state foundations, creating a mesh of grants, cross-grants and sub-grants that is very hard to analyze.
Omidyar NetworkFoundation owned by the the deep state-connected billionaire Pierre Omidyar, financing preferred NGOs
Open PhilanthropyGrant maker funneling deep state money among other things to pandemic planning. Financed Event 201.
Open Society FoundationsA NGO operating in more countries than McDonald's. It has the tendency to support politicians (at times through astroturfing) and activists that get branded as "extreme left" as its founder is billionaire and bane of the pound George Soros. This polarizing perspective causes the abnormal influence of the OSF to go somewhat unanswered.
PepsiCoU.S. Multinational corporation
Rockefeller Brothers Fund
Rockefeller Foundation
Smith Richardson FoundationCIA front organization that funds select projects with $$$
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