in the 1950s, by right-wing senior politicians, diplomats and intelligence agents. Initially set up to unite Franco-German relations as a buffer to Soviet aggression during the Cold War, although current remit much wider. Originally referred to as Pinay Circle after first chairman, former French Prime Minister Antoine Pinay.
Provide a confidential forum for discussion - focusing on foreign affairs and international security - among right wing senior politicians, diplomats, business men, polemicists, personnel of diplomatic and security services and intelligence agents.Available with paid subscription only.
Meets twice a year: autumn meeting in Washington DC (USA); spring meeting in another venue as decided.
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- Espionage, Subversion
- Political Theories
- Innovative change
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