Institute for Strategic Dialogue

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Sponsored byChatham House, International Republican Institute, Omidyar Network, Open Society Foundations, Royal United Services Institute for Defence Studies, US/Department of State
Membership• Peter Baldwin
• Roland Berger
• Mark Bergman
• Mathias Döpfner
• Stuart Fiertz
• Francis Finlay
• Charles Guthrie
• Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg
• Sasha Havlicek
• Jim Hoagland
• Helena Kennedy
• Serra Kidar
• John Kremer
• Michael Lewis
• Shirley Lord Rosenthal
• Lynn Nesbit
• Farah Pandith
• Patricia Rawlings
• Carol Saper
• Lawrence Saper
• Gil Shiva
• Timothy Garton Ash
• Richard Barrett
• Charles Guthrie
• August Hanning
• Wolfgang Ischinger
• Pauline Neville-Jones
• Ana Palacio
• Hella Pick
• Jonathan Powell
• Louis Schweitzer
• Adair Turner
• Richard Barrett
• August Hanning
• Dilwar Hussain
• Jytte Klausen
• Hella Pick
• Magnus Ranstorp
• Sasha Havlicek

The Institute for Strategic Dialogue brings together a range of the elite policy planning activites of Lord Weidenfeld. All but one of its trustees (Helena Kennedy) have connections with the banking and finance sector including with hedge funds. The Institute, however, focuses much of its activities on the question of Islam and its role in Western societies and on defence and intelligence matters. The Institute provides the home for a number of Weidenfeld's other initiatives, such as the Club of Three.

People

Trustees

Lord Weidenfeld - President | Michael Lewis - Chairman | Professor Peter Baldwin | Stuart C. Fiertz CFA, CAIA (Club of Three Treasurer) | Sir Ronald Grierson | General the Lord Guthrie of Craigiebank GCB LVO OBE | Helena Kennedy QC | J. Adair Turner | Pierre Keller | Francis Finlay | The Lord Simon of Highbury CBE[1]

 

Events Sponsored

EventDescription
Chatham HouseA key organ of the UK Deep state
International Republican Institute
Omidyar Network"A philanthropic investment firm"
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.
Royal United Services Institute for Defence Studies
US/Department of StateSet up in 1789, the US State Department is the United States federal executive department responsible for international relations of the United States, equivalent to the foreign ministry of other countries.


References

  1. Institute for Strategic Dialogue Trustees, Accessed 31 March 2009.


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