First part of a series examining deep politics. A look at the book “National Security And Double Government” by Michael J. Glennon, which argues the United States now functions as a “double government” with the national security state determining security and military policy.
Part 2 of a series on deep politics. Analysing the history of one of the most influential think tanks in the world – The Council on Foreign Relations.
In part 3 of my series on deep politics, I look at the origins of the modern conservative movement – William F. Buckley, the National Review, and the forces that shaped him.
Part 4 of my series on Deep Politics: A study of the Office of Special Plans, a secretive Pentagon organisation that was responsible for creating the phony intelligence and talking points used to justify the Iraq War.