Quincy Institute For Responsible Statecraft

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Group.png Quincy Institute For Responsible Statecraft  
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FormationNovember 2019
HeadquartersWashington DC
LeaderQuincy Institute For Responsible Statecraft/President
Interestsstatecraft, war, peace
SubpageQuincy Institute For Responsible Statecraft/President
Peace think tank with deep state fnders

The Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft is a U.S. think tank founded in 2019 and located in Washington, D.C.. The Institute "is an action-oriented think tank that will lay the foundation for a new foreign policy centered on diplomatic engagement and military restraint."[1]

Deep State Unites to Neuter Antiwar Movements

Newsbud reported in July 2019 that "A brand-new anti-war think tank has been born: The Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft. Unlike its predecessors, this one’s birth certificate (ownership title) actually lists both parents: George Soros and Charles Koch. Its stated mission statement (read: its cover- aka marketing scam): To promote a new US foreign policy based on diplomacy instead of sanctions and war, with the usual catch phrases (aka marketing ploys) such as bi-partisan, non-partisan, peace, antiwar … You know, think catch phrases describing peace-loving organizations."[2]

Newsbud sees this as a part of creating a controlled opposition, by taking leadership over antiwar movements, defining the terms for them, and directing them in harmless directions.


Apart from $500k each from Charles Koch Foundation and Open Society Foundations, other sponsors include Fidelity Charitable, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Michael J. Zak,Ron Burkle, Ford Foundation, The Giustra International Foundation, Pivotal Foundation, The Arca Foundation, Colombe Peace Foundation, East West Bank Foundation, Guy and Jeanine Saperstein Family Trust,Brian Hinchcliffe,Nasiri Foundation, Ploughshares Fund, Bijan Amin and Soraya Amin Foundation, JKW Foundation