Thursday, July 01, 2010

How many jobs has this "retired gentleman"?


Almost every day a new job, but without hopping. amounting is the word.

This time: The International Crisis Group

"Together with, among others, Nobel Prize winner Mohamed ElBaradei, Russia's former Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov and former EU foreign policy coordinator Javier Solana, Jan Egeland (Norwegian Institute of International Affairs) was formally admitted to the board on Thursday.Since longer the board consists of, among other former UN chief Kofi Annan, the former NATO General Wesley Clark and former Danish foreign minister Uffe Ellemann-Jensen. ICG prepares reports from conflict zones around the world. The Board meets twice annually".

Link, see also here:

"Israel is named among Countries and territories with ongoing Crisis Group activity. The ten research areas are Islamism, Violence and Reform, Energy Issues, The Responsibility to Protect (R2P), Peace and justice, Gender and Conflict, Climate Change and Conflict, International Terrorism, Democratisation, The European Union and its crisis response capability, and HIV/AIDS as a security issue. The ICG gives advice to governments, and intergovernmental bodies like the United Nations, European Union and World Bank, on the prevention and resolution of deadly conflict. Its primary goals are a combination of field-based analysis, policy prescription, and aggressive advocacy".from Wikipedia, Link. see also:

Imperial Crusaders For Global Governance, Swan Commentary, April 20, 2009, poiting also to Soros influence here.

stay tuned!


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