Jim Hoagland

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(journalist)
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BornJanuary 22, 1940
South Carolina, USA
NationalityUS
Alma materUniversity of South Carolina, University of Aix-en-Provence, Columbia University
Member ofCouncil on Foreign Relations/Members, Hoover Institution/Fellows, Institute for Strategic Dialogue
US journalist whose Deep state connections include the CFR, Hoover Institution, Institute for Strategic Dialogue and 4 visits to the Bilderberg

Jim Hoagland is an American journalist. He is an associate editor, senior foreign correspondent, and columnist for The Washington Post. He was a panelist for the discussion about Restoring Confidence In Leadership And Institutions at the 1993 Bilderberg.[1]

Background

Born in Rock Hill, South Carolina, Hoagland is a graduate of the University of South Carolina. He attended post graduate programs at both the University of Aix-en-Provence in France and Columbia University in New York. Hoagland was in the US Air Force, stationed in Germany, from 1962 until 1964.

Career

He became a copy editor for the New York Times International Edition in Paris in 1964. On joining the Washington Post in 1966, he covered metropolitan and national affairs. He was the Post’s Africa correspondent (1969–72), Middle East correspondent (1972–75), and Paris correspondent (1975–77). In 1979, Hoagland became foreign editor and, in 1981, was appointed assistant managing editor for Foreign News. In 1986, he moved to Paris to begin his internationally syndicated column on America’s role in the world.

Hoagland is also known for receiving the Legion of Honor, France's equivalent to the British knighthood, for his lifelong effort to better Franco-American relations.

He is an Annenberg Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Hoover Institution and is board member of the spooky Institute for Strategic Dialogue.

He has written op-ed like "The existential threat Trump’s presidency poses" (2017)[2] and " Trump hasn’t gone mad. He’s gone rogue" (2019)[3]


 

Events Participated in

EventStartEndLocation(s)Description
Bilderberg/199322 April 199325 April 1993Greece
Nafsika Astir Palace Hotel
Vouliagmeni
The 41st Bilderberg, held in Greece
Bilderberg/199814 May 199817 May 1998Scotland
Turnberry
Bilderberg/19993 June 19996 June 1999Portugal
Sintra
Bilderberg/200230 May 20022 June 2002US
Virginia
Chantilly
Westfields Marriott


References