German Council on Foreign Relations
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German Council on Foreign Relations (German: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Auswärtige Politik e. V. (DGAP)) is a network of political, economic and academic decision makers.
The model for the foundation was in many respects the Council on Foreign Relations in New York and the Chatham House in London. The first president of the newly founded DGAP was the CDU politician, diplomat and businessman Günther Henle.
The member list (see above) is collected from its board, advisory board, etc.
10 of the 50 of the members already have pages here:
|Timothy Garton Ash||UK historian, Ditchley Governor with other connections. Presented a paper to the 1989 Bilderberg. Subsequently attended two more, over a span of 30 years.|
|Elmar Brok||lobbyist and European parliament politician|
|Henri de Castries||"French President of Bilderberg"|
|Tom Enders||Atlantik-Brücke, American Council on Germany/Young Leaders, Bilderberg/Steering committee, Munich Security Conference/Advisory Council ...|
|Christiane Hoffmann||Berlin correspondent for Der Spiegel who then became government spokesperson.|
|Wolfgang Ischinger||Spooky German diplomat. Chaired the Munich Security Conference|
|Eckart von Klaeden||Triple Bilderberg German politician|
|Kurt Lauk||Bilderberg businessman and politician, advisor to Angela Merkel|
|Günther Oettinger||Attended the 2018 Bilderberg as European Commissioner for Budget and Human Resources, while at the same time host for yearly lobbyist conference.|
|Norbert Röttgen||Bilderberg German politician who blamed people who declined vaccines for a divided society|
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