Empire, Power, and People with Andrew Gavin Marshall- Episode 1

The American Empire, In Their Own Words This episode takes a critical look at the development of the American Empire during and after World War II, using official State Department documents, formerly top secret documents from the Council on Foreign Relations, and other official sources. Comparing the statements and ideas of those who formed the […]

The American Empire in Latin America

“Democracy” is a Threat to “National Security” By Andrew Gavin Marshall A cohesive American imperial strategy to manage the “Grand Area” of Latin America in the post-War period was established by the newly formed Eisenhower administration in the National Security Council’s draft paper, “U.S. Policy With Respect to Latin America,” in January of 1953. In March, […]

The Council on Foreign Relations & the “Grand Area” of the American Empire

The Making of the American Empire By Andrew Gavin Marshall The process of establishing an American Empire during and after World War II was not – as has been postulated (by those who even admit there is such a thing as an ‘American Empire’) – an ‘accident’ of history, something America seemingly stumbled into as […]

The Rockefeller World, Council on Foreign Relations & the Trilateral Commission

‘The Ultimate Networking & Socializing institution among the American elite’ By Andrew Gavin Marshall The following is a sneak peak from a chapter in Andrew Gavin Marshall’s upcoming book funded through The People’s Book Project. It is quite apparent in the history of America from the late 19th century and into the 20th century, that […]