April 8, 2006

insight machine: rightweb

Another reference for the insight machine for US politics: RightWeb

Right Web, a program of the International Relations Center founded in late 2003, explores the many ties that link the main players, organizations, corporate supporters, foundations, educational institutions, and government representatives to each other in what we described as a new architecture of power. Right Web primarily focuses on the influence of this architecture of power on the direction of foreign, military, and homeland security policies. Most of the organizations and individuals profiles are now associated with the Republican Party, but this "architecture of power" crosses party lines as does the Right Web program, which also profiles such right-center organizations as the Democratic Leadership Council and leading liberal hawks.

For an overview of this architecture of power, see The Right's Architecture of Power.

Posted by Gene at April 8, 2006 5:30 AM

Thanks for putting IRC's Right Web program on you blog! (I get Google Alerts about our various programs and your site came in today.) Let us know if you get any feedback on it. Best, Siri Khalsa/Outreach Coordinator IRC & Right Web

Posted by: Siri Khalsa at April 12, 2006 8:33 AM
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