The McKenzie Institute of National and International Public Policy is a private independent think-tank located in the South
Pacific. It's interest is in national and international issues, many related to political, economic, security, military, social
and public policy.
The aim of the Institute is to provide scholarly research and commentary, and to promote informed public debate. The
Institute is also concerned with immediate security issues as well as political stability, and works to enhance them
when it can.
The Executive Director is Israel-Warren-Ronald of The House of Wichmann a direct descendant of the Clan McKenzie whom
the Institute is named after. The Clan McKenzie of the Scottish Highlands, were powerful supporters of Mary, Queen of Scots,
and James VI. Fellow descendant Muir MacKenzie was a signatory to the signing along with Queen Victoria of
the Royal Commission of Assent to the Australian Commonwealth in 1900 which is displayed at Parliament House, Canberra.
MacKenzies have been and continue to be of prominence in Scottish and U.K. judicial circles with an established
tradition in Law Court Advocacy. The name is well established in international business and a number of
international independent think tanks.