Council on Foreign Relations

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Woodrow Wilson (1856—1924) American Democratic statesman, 28th President of the US 1913–21

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WITNEY, Nicholas Kenneth James (born 1950), Senior Policy Fellow, European Council on Foreign Relations, since 2008

“Revolutionarily Yours”: The New World, the Council on Foreign Relations, and the Making of Liberal Foreign Policy

Foreign Policy Experts As Service Intellectuals: The American Institute of Pacific Relations, The Council on Foreign Relations, and Planning the Occupation of Japan During World War II

HOLBROOKE, Richard Charles (1941 - 2010), Counselor, Council on Foreign Relations, since 2001; United States Representative to the United Nations, 1999–2001

Think Tanks and Power in Foreign Policy: A Comparative Study of the Role and Influence of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1939 –1945

Warren Bass. Support Any Friend: Kennedy's Middle East and the Making of the U.S.-Israeli Alliance. (Council on Foreign Relations Book.) New York: Oxford University Press. 2003. Pp. 336. $30.00

McCLOY, John Jay (1895 - 1989), Medal of Freedom (US), 1963; Partner, Milbank Tweed, Hadley & McCloy, since 1963; Hon. Chairman and Chairman Executive Committee, Squibb Corporation; Hon. Chairman, Board of the Council on Foreign Relations, Inc

SPOFFORD, Charles Merville (1902 - 1991), lawyer (US); Trustee: Carnegie Corporation of New York; Juillard Musical Foundation; Director Emeritus: Council on Foreign Relations; Metropolitan Opera Association (Chairman Executive Committee, 1956–71, Member since 1971, President, 1946–50); Vice-Chairman and Director Emeritus, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc

DOUGLAS, John Albert (died 1956), Rector of St Michael Paternoster Royal 1933–53; Hon. General Secretary, Church of England Council on Foreign Relations, 1933–45 (Vice-Chm. 1954); Principal, Society of the Faith, since 1906; Hon. Canon St Saviour, Southwark, 1924; Member of the Senate (1907), University Extension Board (1907), Theological Board (1909), Deputy Vice-Chancellor (1931), Chairman of Convocation and Member of the Court (1939), of the University of London


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Nongovernmental policy institute established in 1921.

Returning from the 1919 Paris Peace Conference, the scholars and diplomats advising President Woodrow Wilson sought to perpetuate their association. In New York they ...

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