Alastair Buchan

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Person.png Alastair Buchan   Geni PowerbaseRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(academic, deep state operative)
Born9 September 1918
Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
Died4 February 1976 (Age 57)
NationalityBritish
Alma materEton College, Christ Church (Oxford)
ParentsJohn Buchan
Founder ofInternational Institute for Strategic Studies
Member ofKönigswinter
Victim ofpremature death
Son of a spook, propagandist and UK deep state operative. Commandant of the Imperial Defence College, four Bilderbergs

Alastair Francis Buchan CBE attended the Bilderberg 4 times.

Background

Alastair Buchan's father, John, was a famous novelist, UK deep state operative and a spook who produced propaganda in WWI.

Bilderberg

Alastair Buchan prepared a paper on Power Relationships in the Far East: a European View for the 1970 Bilderberg.[1]

Activities

Buchan was founder and first director of London's Institute of Strategic Studies.

He was Professor of International Relations between 1974 and 1976 at Oxford University,

Death

Buchan died aged 57.[2]


 

Events Participated in

EventStartEndLocation(s)Description
Bilderberg/196420 March 196422 March 1964US
Virginia
Williamsburg
A year after this meeting, the post of GATT/Director-General was set up, and given Eric Wyndham White, who attended the '64 meeting. Several subsequent holders have been Bilderberg insiders, only 2 are not known to have attended the group.
Bilderberg/196625 March 196627 March 1966Germany
Wiesbaden
Hotel Nassauer Hof
Top of the agenda of the 15th Bilderberg was the restructuring of NATO. Since this discussion was held, all permanent holders of the position of NATO Secretary General have attended at least one Bilderberg conference prior to their appointment.
Bilderberg/196826 April 196828 April 1968Canada
Mont Tremblant
The 17th Bilderberg and the 2nd in Canada
Bilderberg/197221 April 197223 April 1972Belgium
Hotel La Reserve
Knokke
The 21st Bilderberg, 102 guests. It spawned the Trilateral Commission.


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