The Royal Institute of International Affairs, commonly known as Chatham House, is a globalist organization based in London. The organisation was created after WWI and is the British equivalent to the American Council on Foreign Relations.
|| At the end of the war of 1914, it became clear that the organization of the Round Table Group system had to be greatly extended. Once again the task was entrusted to Lionel Curtis who established, in Britain and each dominion, a front organization to the existing Round Table Group. This front organization, called the Royal Institute of International Affairs, had as its nucleus in each area the existing submerged Round Table Group. In New York it was know as the Council on Foreign Relations, and was a front for J.P. Morgan and Company in association with the very small American Round Table Group. The American organizers were dominated by the large number of Morgan "experts" who had gone to the Paris Peace Conference and there became close friends with the similar group of British "experts" which had been recruited by the Milner group. In fact, the original plans for the Royal Institute of International Affairs and the Council on Foreign Relations were drawn up in Paris.
—Carroll Quigley, 1966, Tragedy and Hope.