Center for European Policy Analysis

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AbbreviationCEPA
Member ofEXPOSE Network
Sponsored byBAE Systems, Lockheed, National Endowment for Democracy, Raytheon, Smith Richardson Foundation, US/Department/Defense, US/Department/State, United States Institute of Peace
Membership• Alina Polyakova
• Charlie Hatton
• Edward Lucas
• Madeleine K. Albright
• Anne Applebaum
• Leszek Balcerowicz
• Adrian A. Basora
• Colleen Bell
• Carl Bildt
• Hans Binnendijk
• Martin Bútora
• Eliot A. Cohen
• Norman Davies
• Iulian Fota
• Timothy Garton Ash
• Daniel Hamilton
• Steve Hanke
• Toomas Hendrik Ilves
• Brian Hook
• John C. Hulsman
• G. John Ikenberry
• Rasa Juknevičienė
• Rastislav Káčer
• Matthew Kaminski
• David Kramer
• Ivan Krastev
• Aniko Gaal Schott
• Róbert Vass
• Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga
• Alexandr Vondra
• Larry Hirsch
• A-Wess-Mitchell
• Victor Ashe
• Thomas Firestone
• Robert Gelbard

The Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA), is a central spook/deep state think-tank in Washington, as can be seen by their staff and advisory board.


CEPA believes that the strategic theater encompassing the region between Berlin to Moscow, and from the Barents Sea to the Black Sea, represents an area vital of strategic interest to the United States."[1]

Programs

CEPAs mission statement is "Through innovative ideas, effective relationships, and media engagement CEPA works to bring about positive change in Central-East Europe and Russia by strengthening NATO’s frontline, better understanding the Kremlin’s strategic aims, promoting greater solidarity within the EU, and bolstering Atlanticism."

  • Bolstering Atlanticism [2] - Ensuring Atlanticism remains a priority for future generations. ie grooming a cadre of European leader to be subservient to US interests.
  • Strengthening the Frontline - Fostering greater security among NATO’s easternmost Allies by strengthening the strategic anchors of Euro-Atlantic defense. ie pushing for heavy rearmament of Eastern Europe
  • Strategy and Statecraft Cultivating new sources of competitive advantage for U.S. strategy ie Statecraft seems to be a word used to create the rationale for blatantly aggressive behavior
  • CEPA StratCom Fortifying the Western narrative against disinformation - This think-tank is heavily involved in propaganda networks like Integrity Initiative, but no doubt CEPAs's activities stretch much further.

Staff

Charlie Hatton, a member of the Integrity Initiative, was mentioned in Chris Donnelly's visit to Washington as "Charlie Hatton CEPA 1225 19th Street NW"[3].

Edward Lucas is Senior Vice President in CEPA.

The International Advisory Council includes (selection): Zbigniew Brzezinski (marked as deceased, but still first on the list). Madeleine Albright, Anne Applebaum, Carl Bildt, Eliot Cohen, Timothy Garton Ash, Toomas Hendrik Ilves, Hans Binnendijk and Adrian Basora.[4][5][6]


 

Employee on Wikispooks

EmployeeJobAppointedDescription
Ben HodgesPershing Chair in Strategic StudiesDecember 2017Attended Bilderberg 2022

 

Sponsors

EventDescription
BAE SystemsA global arms company, with interests also in civilian avionics and engineering. Its subsidiaries are also involved in providing intelligence, personnel and logistics support to US/UK military.
Lockheed"Nobody is doing a better job of arming the world than Lockheed-Martin"
National Endowment for DemocracyThe "traditional intermediary of the CIA", promoting the US "national interest" by "soft power".
RaytheonMilitary-industrial complex.
Smith Richardson FoundationCIA front organization that funds select projects with $$$
US/Department/DefenseThe action arm of the Military-industrial-congressional complex, whose functionaries are rewarded in rough proportion to their ability to stifle dissent and channel funds to arms manufacturers.
US/Department/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.
United States Institute of Peace


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