The Brookings Institution is a nonprofit public policy organization with a mission to conduct in-depth research for solving problems facing society at the local, national and global level.
All media organizations are reporting from their own world view. Some call this political alignment, some editorial leaning and, and some media bias. We call them Narratives.
Sites are mainly promoting views with Moderate or Liberal political alignment. They usually support the local Establishment with the exception of Trump. Yet, on a geopolitical level they are usually supporting the Western Coalition.
We’ve done research on who owns or funds the site so you can learn easier about possible funding bias or conflicts of interests.
a private foundation set up by an individual, family or an institute
governments and entities, such as European Union
The reason we show relations to CFR, Bilderberg, Trilateral Commission and Chatham House is because there was a study made by Swiss Propaganda Research. They found out that many western news media have relations to those organizations.
John R. Allen (President) and John L. Thornton (Chair of the Board) are members.
John R. Allen (President) attended 2015. Leon Wieseltier (Isaiah Berlin Senior Fellow in Culture and Policy) attended 2017.
Richard N. Haass (former Director of Foreign Policy Studies), Andrés Rozental (Nonresident Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Latin America Initiative), Strobe Talbott (former President), Jessica Brandt (Fellow, Institutional Initiatives) and Dhruva Jaishankar (Fellow, Brookings India) are members.
Help us develop the content futher by submitting new information.