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BILDERBERG MEETINGS

Chantilly, Virginia, USA

5-8 June 2008

CURRENT LIST OF PARTICIPANTS

 

 

Honorary Chairman

BEL Davignon, Etienne Vice Chairman, Suez-Tractebel

 

 

DEU - Ackermann, Josef Chairman of the Management Board and the Group Executive Committee, Deutsche Bank AG

CAN - Adams, John Associate Deputy Minister of National Defence and Chief of the

Communications Security Establishment Canada

USA - Ajami, Fouad Director, Middle East Studies Program, The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University

USA - Alexander, Keith B. Director, National Security Agency

INT - Almunia, Joaquín Commissioner, European Commission

GRC - Alogoskoufis, George Minister of Economy and Finance

USA - Altman, Roger C. Chairman, Evercore Partners Inc.

TUR - Babacan, Ali Minister of Foreign Affairs

NLD - Balkenende, Jan Peter Prime Minister

PRT - Balsemao, Francisco Pinto Chairman and CEO, IMPRESA, S.G.P.S.; Former Prime Minister

FRA - Baverez, Nicolas Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP

ITA - Bernabe, Franco CEO, Telecom Italia Spa

USA - Bernanke, Ben S. Chairman, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System

SWE - Bildt, Carl Minister of Foreign Affairs

FIN - Blafield, Antti Senior Editorial Writer, Helsingin Sanomat

DNK - Bosse, Stine CEO, TrygVesta

CAN - Brodie, Ian Chief of Staff, Prime Minister's Office

AUT - Bronner, Oscar Publisher and Editor, Der Standard

FRA - Castries, Henri de Chairman of the Management Board and CEO, AXA

ESP - Cebrian, Juan Luis CEO, PRISA

CAN - Clark, Edmund President and CEO, TD Bank Financial Group

GBR - Clarke, Kenneth Member of Parliament

NOR - Clemet, Kristin Managing Director, Civita

USA - Collins, Timothy C. Senior Managing Director and CEO, Ripplewood Holdings, LLC

FRA - Collomb, Bertrand Honorary Chairman, Lafarge

PRT - Costa, António Mayor of Lisbon

USA - Crocker, Chester A. James R. Schlesinger Professor of Strategic Studies

USA - Daschle, Thomas A. Former US Senator and Senate Majority Leader

CAN - Desmarais, Jr., Paul Chairman and co-CEO, Power Corporation of Canada

GRC - Diamantopoulou, Anna Member of Parliament

USA - Donilon, Thomas E. Partner, O’Melveny & Myers

ITA - Draghi, Mario Governor, Banca d’Italia

AUT - Ederer, Brigitte CEO, Siemens AG Österreich

CAN - Edwards, N. Murray Vice Chairman, Candian Natural Resources Limited

DNK - Eldrup, Anders President, DONG A/S

ITA - Elkann, John Vice Chairman, Fiat S.p.A.

USA - Farah, Martha J. Director, Center for Cognitive Neuroscience; Walter H. Annenberg Professor in the Natural Sciences, University of Pennsylvania

USA - Feldstein, Martin S. President and CEO, National Bureau of Economic Research

DEU - Fischer, Joschka Former Minister of Foreign Affairs

USA - Ford, Jr., Harold E. Vice Chairman, Merill Lynch & Co., Inc.

CHE - Forstmoser, Peter Professor for Civil, Corporation and Capital Markets Law, University of Zurich

IRL - Gallagher, Paul Attorney General

USA - Geithner, Timothy F. President and CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

USA - Gigot, Paul Editorial Page Editor, The Wall Street Journal

IRL - Gleeson, Dermot Chairman, AIB Group

NLD - Goddijn, Harold CEO, TomTom

TUR - Gogus, Zeynep Journalist; Founder, EurActiv.com.tr

USA - Graham, Donald E. Chairman and CEO, The Washington Post Company

NLD - Halberstadt, Victor Professor of Economics, Leiden University; Former Honorary Secretary General of Bilderberg Meetings

USA - Holbrooke, Richard C. Vice Chairman, Perseus, LLC

FIN - Honkapohja, Seppo Member of the Board, Bank of Finland

INT - Hoop Scheffer, Jaap G. de Secretary General, NATO

USA - Hubbard, Allan B. Chairman, E & A Industries, Inc.

BEL - Huyghebaert, Jan Chairman of the Board of Directors, KBC Group

DEU - Ischinger, Wolfgang Former Ambassador to the UK and US

USA - Jacobs, Kenneth Deputy Chairman, Head of Lazard U.S., Lazard Frčres & Co. LLC

USA - Johnson, James A. Vice Chairman, Perseus, LLC

SWE - Johnstone, Tom President and CEO, AB SKF

USA - Jordan, Jr., Vernon E. Senior Managing Director, Lazard Frčres & Co. LLC

FRA - Jouyet, Jean-Pierre Minister of European Affairs

GBR - Kerr, John Member, House of Lords; Deputy Chairman, Royal Dutch Shell plc.

USA - Kissinger, Henry A. Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc.

DEU - Klaeden, Eckart von Foreign Policy Spokesman, CDU/CSU

USA - Kleinfeld, Klaus President and COO, Alcoa

TUR - Koc, Mustafa Chairman, Koç Holding A.S.

FRA - Kodmani, Bassma Director, Arab Reform Initiative

USA - Kravis, Henry R. Founding Partner, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.

USA - Kravis, Marie-Josee Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute, Inc.

INT - Kroes, Neelie Commissioner, European Commission

POL - Kwasniewski, Aleksander Former President

AUT - Leitner, Wolfgang CEO, Andritz AG

ESP - Leon Gross, Bernardino Secretary General, Office of the Prime Minister

INT - Mandelson, Peter Commissioner, European Commission

FRA - Margerie, Christophe de CEO, Total

CAN - Martin, Roger Dean, Joseph L. Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

HUN - Martonyi, János Professor of International Trade Law; Partner, Baker & McKenzie; Former Minister of Foreign Affairs

USA - Mathews, Jessica T. President, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

INT - McCreevy, Charlie Commissioner, European Commission

USA - McDonough, William J. Vice Chairman and Special Advisor to the Chairman, Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc.

CAN - McKenna, Frank Deputy Chair, TD Bank Financial Group

GBR - McKillop, Tom Chairman, The Royal Bank of Scotland Group

FRA - Montbrial, Thierry de President, French Institute for International Relations

ITA - Monti, Mario President, Universita Commerciale Luigi Bocconi

USA - Mundie, Craig J. Chief Research and Strategy Officer, Microsoft Corporation

NOR - Myklebust, Egil Former Chairman of the Board of Directors SAS, Norsk Hydro ASA

DEU - Nass, Matthias Deputy Editor, Die Zeit

NLD - Netherlands, H.M. the Queen of the

FRA - Ockrent, Christine CEO, French television and radio world service

FIN - Ollila, Jorma Chairman, Royal Dutch Shell plc

SWE - Olofsson, Maud Minister of Enterprise and Energy; Deputy Prime Minister

NLD - Orange, H.R.H. the Prince of

GBR - Osborne, George Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer

TUR - Oztrak, Faik Member of Parliament

ITA - Padoa-Schioppa, Tommaso Former Minister of Finance; President of Notre Europe

GRC - Papahelas, Alexis Journalist, Kathimerini

GRC - Papalexopoulos, Dimitris CEO, Titan Cement Co. S.A.

USA - Paulson, Jr., Henry M. Secretary of the Treasury

USA - Pearl, Frank H. Chairman and CEO, Perseus, LLC

USA - Perle, Richard N. Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research

FRA-  Pérol, François Deputy General Secretary in charge of Economic Affairs

DEU - Perthes, Volker Director, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik

BEL - Philippe, H.R.H. Prince

CAN - Prichard, J. Robert S. President and CEO, Torstar Corporation

CAN - Reisman, Heather M. Chair and CEO, Indigo Books & Music Inc.

USA - Rice, Condoleezza Secretary of State

PRT - Rio, Rui Mayor of Porto

USA - Rockefeller, David Former Chairman, Chase Manhattan Bank

ESP - Rodriguez Inciarte, Matias Executive Vice Chairman, Grupo Santander

USA - Rose, Charlie Producer, Rose Communications

DNK - Rose, Flemming Editor, Jyllands Posten

USA - Ross, Dennis B. Counselor and Ziegler Distinguished Fellow, The Washington Institute for Near East Policy

USA - Rubin, Barnett R. Director of Studies and Senior Fellow, Center for International Cooperation, New York University

TUR - Sahenk, Ferit Chairman, Dogus Holding A.S.

USA - Sanford, Mark Governor of South Carolina

USA - Schmidt, Eric Chairman of the Executive Committee and CEO, Google

AUT - Scholten, Rudolf Member of the Board of Executive Directors, Oesterreichische Kontrollbank AG

DNK - Schur, Fritz H. Fritz Schur Gruppen

CZE - Schwarzenberg, Karel Minister of Foreign Affairs

USA - Sebelius, Kathleen Governor of Kansas

USA - Shultz, George P. Thomas W. and Susan B. Ford Distinguished Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University

ESP - Spain, H.M. the Queen of

CHE - Spillmann, Markus Editor-in-Chief and Head Managing Board, Neue Zürcher Zeitung AG

USA - Summers, Lawrence H. Charles W. Eliot Professor, Harvard University

GBR - Taylor, J. Martin Chairman, Syngenta International AG

USA - Thiel, Peter A. President, Clarium Capital Management, LLC

NLD - Timmermans, Frans Minister of European Affairs

RUS - Trenin, Dmitri V. Deputy Director and Senior Associate, Carnegie Moscow Center

INT - Trichet, Jean-Claude President, European Central Bank

USA - Vakil, Sanam Assistant Professor of Middle East Studies, The Paul H. Nitze School of

Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University

FRA - Valls, Manuel Member of Parliament

GRC - Varvitsiotis, Thomas Co-Founder and President, V + O Communication

CHE - Vasella, Daniel L. Chairman and CEO, Novartis AG

FIN - Väyrynen, Raimo Director, The Finnish Institute of International Affairs

FRA - Vedrine, Hubert Hubert Védrine Conseil

NOR - Vollebaek, Knut High Commissioner on National Minorities, OSCE

SWE - Wallenberg, Jacob Chairman, Investor AB

USA - Weber, J. Vin CEO, Clark & Weinstock

USA - Wolfensohn, James D. Chairman, Wolfensohn & Company, LLC

USA - Wolfowitz, Paul Visiting Scholar, American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research

INT - Zoellick, Robert B. President, The World Bank Group

 

 

Rapporteurs

GBR - Bredow, Vendeline von Business Correspondent, The Economist

GBR - Wooldridge, Adrian D. Foreign Correspondent, The Economist

 

 

Abbreviations

AUT - Austria DNK Denmark HUN Hungary PRT Portugal

BEL -  Belgium ESP Spain INT International POL Poland

CHE - Switzerland FRA France IRL Ireland RUS Russia

CAN - Canada FIN Finland ITA Italy SWE Sweden

CZE - Czech Republic GBR Great Britain NOR Norway TUR Turkey

DEU - Germany GRC Greece NLD Netherlands USA United States of America

 

Source: http://www.prisonplanet.com/articles/june2008/060608_b_list.htm

 

 

 

 

BILDERBERG MEETINGS

Vouliagmeni, Greece

14-17 May 2009

FINAL LIST OF PARTICIPANTS

 

Honorary Chairman

BEL - Davignon, Etienne Honorary Chairman, Bilderberg Meetings; Vice Chairman, Suez-Tractebel

 

 

DEU - Ackermann, Josef Chairman of the Management Board and the Group Executive Committee, Deutsche Bank AG

USA - Alexander, Keith B. Director, National Security Agency

GRC - Alogoskoufis, George Member of Parliament

USA - Altman, Roger C. Chairman, Evercore Partners Inc.

GRC - Arapoglou, Takis Chairman and CEO, National Bank of Greece

TUR - Babacan, Ali Minister of State and Deputy Prime Minister

GRC - Bakoyannis, Dora Minister of Foreign Affairs

NOR - Baksaas, Jon Fredrik President and CEO, Telenor Group

PRT - Balsemao, Francisco Pinto Chairman and CEO, IMPRESA, S.G.P.S.; Former Prime Minister

FRA - Baverez, Nicolas Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP

ITA - Bernabe, Franco CEO, Telecom Italia S.p.A.

SWE - Bildt, Carl Minister of Foreign Affairs

SWE - Bjorklund, Jan Minister for Education; Leader of the Liberal Party

CHE - Blocher, Christoph Former Swiss Counselor; Former Chairman and CEO, EMS-Group

FRA - Bompard, Alexandre CEO, Europe 1

USA - Boot, Max Jeane J. Kirkpatrick Senior Fellow for National Security Studies, Council on Foreign Relations

AUT - Bronner, Oscar Publisher and Editor, Der Standard

FRA - Castries, Henri de Chairman of the Management Board and CEO, AXA

ESP - Cebrian, Juan Luis CEO, PRISA

BEL - Coene, Luc Vice Governor, National Bank of Belgium

USA - Collins, Timothy C. Senior Managing Director and CEO, Ripplewood Holdings, LLC

GRC - David, George A. Chairman, Coca-Cola H.B.C. S.A.

GBR - Dearlove, Richard Master, Pembroke College, Cambridge

GRC - Diamantopoulou, Anna Member of Parliament

ITA - Draghi, Mario Governor, Banca d’Italia

USA - Eberstadt, Nicholas N. Henry Wendt Scholar in Political Economy, American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research

DNK - Eldrup, Anders President, DONG A/S

ITA - Elkann, John Chairman, EXOR S.p.A.; Vice Chairman, Fiat S.p.A.

DEU - Enders, Thomas CEO, Airbus SAS

ESP - Entrecanales, Jose Manuel Chairman, Acciona

AUT - Faymann, Werner Federal Chancellor

USA - Ferguson, Niall Laurence A. Tisch Professor of History, Harvard University

IRL - Gleeson, Dermot Chairman, AIB Group

USA - Graham, Donald E. Chairman and CEO, The Washington Post Company

NLD - Halberstadt, Victor Professor of Economics, Leiden University; Former Honorary Secretary General of Bilderberg Meetings

NLD - Hirsch Ballin, Ernst M.H. Minister of Justice

USA - Holbrooke, Richard C. U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan

NLD - Hommen, Jan H.M. Chairman, ING N.V.

INT - Hoop Scheffer, Jaap G. de Secretary General, NATO

USA - Johnson, James A. Vice Chairman, Perseus, LLC

USA - Jordan, Jr., Vernon E. Senior Managing Director, Lazard Freres & Co. LLC

FIN - Katainen, Jyrki Minister of Finance

USA - Keane, John M. Senior Partner, SCP Partners; General, US Army, Retired

USA - Kent, Muhtar President and CEO, The Coca-Cola Company

GBR - Kerr, John Member, House of Lords; Deputy Chairman, Royal Dutch Shell plc

DEU - Klaeden, Eckart von Foreign Policy Spokesman, CDU/CSU

USA - Kleinfeld, Klaus President and CEO, Alcoa Inc.

TUR - Koc, Mustafa V. Chairman, Koc Holding A.S.

DEU - Koch, Roland Prime Minister of Hessen

TUR - Kohen, Sami Senior Foreign Affairs Columnist, Milliyet

USA - Kravis, Henry R. Founding Partner, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.

USA - Kravis, Marie-Josee Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute, Inc.

INT - Kroes, Neelie Commissioner, European Commission

GRC - Kyriacopoulos, Ulysses Chairman and Board member of subsidiary companies of the S&B Group

FRA - Lagarde, Christine Minister for the Economy, Industry and Employment

INT - Lamy, Pascal Director General, World Trade Organization

PRT - Leite, Manuela Ferreira Leader, PSD

ESP - Leon Gross, Bernardino General Director of the Presidency of the Spanish Government

DEU - Loscher, Peter CEO, Siemens AG

GBR - Mandelson, Peter Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise & Regulatory Reform

INT - Maystadt, Philippe President, European Investment Bank

CAN - McKenna, Frank Former Ambassador to the U.S.

GBR - Micklethwait, John Editor-in-Chief, The Economist

FRA - Montbrial, Thierry de President, French Institute for International Relations

ITA - Monti, Mario President, Universita Commerciale Luigi Bocconi

ESP - Moratinos Cuyaube, Miguel A. Minister of Foreign Affairs

USA - Mundie, Craig J. Chief Research and Strategy Officer, Microsoft Corporation

CAN - Munroe-Blum, Heather Principal and Vice Chancellor, McGill University

NOR - Myklebust, Egil Former Chairman of the Board of Directors SAS, Norsk Hydro ASA

DEU - Nass, Matthias Deputy Editor, Die Zeit

NLD - Netherlands, H.M. the Queen of the

ESP - Nin Genova, Juan Maria President and CEO, La Caixa

FRA - Olivennes, Denis CEO and Editor in Chief, Le Nouvel Observateur

FIN - Ollila, Jorma Chairman, Royal Dutch Shell pic

GBR - Osborne, George Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer

FRA - Oudea, Frederic CEO, Societe Generale

ITA - Padoa-Schioppa, Tommaso Former Minister of Finance; President of Notre Europe

GRC - Papahelas, Alexis Journalist, Kathimerini

GRC - Papalexopoulos, Dimitris Managing Director, Titan Cement Co. S.A.

GRC - Papathanasiou, Yannis Minister of Economy and Finance

USA - Perle, Richard N. Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research

BEL - Philippe, H.R.H. Prince

PRT - Pinho, Manuel Minister of Economy and Innovation

INT - Pisani-Ferry, Jean Director, Bruegel

CAN - Prichard, J. Robert S. President and CEO, Metrolinx

ITA - Prodi, Romano Chairman, Foundation for Worldwide Cooperation

FIN - Rajalahti, Hanna Managing Editor, Talouselama

CAN - Reisman, Heather M. Chair and CEO, Indigo Books & Music Inc.

NOR - Reiten, Eivind President and CEO, Norsk Hydro ASA

CHE - Ringier, Michael Chairman, Ringier AG

USA - Rockefeller, David Former Chairman, Chase Manhattan Bank

USA - Rubin, Barnett R. Director of Studies and Senior Fellow, Center for International Cooperation, New York University

TUR - Sabanci Dincer, Suzan Chairman, Akbank

CAN - Samarasekera, Indira V. President and Vice-Chancellor, University of Alberta

AUT - Scholten, Rudolf Member of the Board of Executive Directors, Oesterreichische Kontrollbank AG

USA - Sheeran, Josette Executive Director, UN World Food Programme

ITA - Siniscalco, Domenico Vice Chairman, Morgan Stanley International

ESP - Solbes, Pedro Vice-President of Spanish Government; Minister of Economy and Finance

ESP - Spain, H.M. the Queen of

USA - Steinberg, James B. Deputy Secretary of State

INT - Stigson, Bjorn President, World Business Council for Sustainable Development

GRC - Stournaras, Yannis Research Director, Foundation for Economic and Industrial Research (IOBE)

IRL - Sutherland, Peter D. Chairman, BP plc and Chairman, Goldman Sachs International

INT - Tanaka, Nobuo Executive Director, IEA

GBR - Taylor, J. Martin Chairman, Syngenta International AG

USA - Thiel, Peter A. President, Clarium Capital Management, LLC

DNK - Thorning-Schmidt, Helle Leader of The Social Democratic Party

DNK - Thune Andersen, Thomas Partner and CEO, Maersk Oil

AUT - Treichl, Andreas Chairman and CEO, Erste Group Bank AG

INT - Trichet, Jean-Claude President, European Central Bank

GRC - Tsoukalis, Loukas President of the Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP)

TUR - Ugur, Agah CEO, Borusan Holding

FIN - Vanhanen, Matti Prime Minister

CHE - Vasella, Daniel L. Chairman and CEO, Novartis AG

NLD - Veer, Jeroen van der Chief Executive, Royal Dutch Shell plc

USA - Volcker, Paul A. Chairman, Economic Recovery Advisory Board

SWE - Wallenberg, Jacob Chairman, Investor AB

SWE - Wallenberg, Marcus Chairman, SEB

NLD - Wellink, Nout President, De Nederlandsche Bank

NLD - Wijers, Hans Chairman, AkzoNobel NV

GBR - Wolf, Martin H. Associate Editor & Chief Economics Commentator, The Financial Times

USA - Wolfensohn, James D. Chairman, Wolfensohn & Company, LLC

USA - Wolfowitz, Paul Visiting Scholar, American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research

INT - Zoellick, Robert B. President, The World Bank Group

 

 

Rapporteurs

GBR Bredow, Vendeline von Business Correspondent, The Economist

GBR McBride, Edward Business Editor, The Economist

AUT - Austria

BEL - Belgium

CHE - Switzerland

CAN - Canada

DEU - Germany

DNK - Denmark

ESP - Spain

FRA - France

FIN - Finland

GBR - Great Britain

GRC - Greece

INT - International

IRL - Ireland

ITA - Italy

NOR - Norway

NLD - Netherlands

PRT - Portugal

SWE - Sweden

TUR - Turkey

USA - United States of America

 

Source: http://www.conspiracyarchive.com/NWO/bilderberg-members-2009-press-release.pdf

 

 

 

LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS:

A = Austria

B = Belgium

CDN = Canada

CH = Switzerland

CZ = Czech Republic

D = Germany

DK = Denmark

E = Spain

F = France

GB = Great Britain

GB = Great Britain

GR = Greece

I = Italy

ICE = Iceland

INT = International

IRL = Ireland

L = Luxembourg

N = Norway

NL = Netherlands

P = Portugal

S = Sweden

SF = Finland

SVK = Slovakia

TR = Turkey

USA = United States of America

BG = Bulgaria

CHN = Red China

CY = Cyprus

FIN = Finland

H = Hungary

IRN = Iran

IRQ = Iraq

ISR = Israel

KW = Kuwait

PNA = Palestine National Authority

PL = Poland

RUS = Russia

UKR = Ukraine

UK = United Kingdom (Great Britain)

FRG = Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany)

LUX = Luxembourg

NETH = Netherlands

POR = Portugal

SWE = Sweden

SWI = Switzerland

 

BILDERBERG MEETINGS

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AGENDAS OF THE BILDERBERG MEETINGS

 

 

May 29-31, 1954 - Bilderberg Hotel, Oosterbeek, The Netherlands

I. The attitude towards communism and the Soviet Union.

II. The attitude towards dependent areas and people overseas.

III. The attitude towards economic policies and problems.

IV. The attitude towards European integration and the European Defense Community.

 

 

March 18-20, 1955 - Barbizon, France

I. Communist infiltration in various Western countries.

II. Western policy towards the uncommitted peoples:

a) Political and ideological aspects;

b) Ecoomic aspects.

 

 

September 23-25,1955 - Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany

I. Article 2 of the North Atlantic Treaty.

II. The reunification of Germany.

III. European unity.

IV. The industrial aspects of atomic energy.

V. Economic problems:

a) East-West trade;

b) The political aspects of convertibility;

c) Expansion of international trade.

 

 

May 11-13, 1956 - Fredenborg, Denmark

I. The causes of the growth of anti-Western blocks, in particular in the United Nations.

II. The role played by anti-colonialism in the relations between Asians and Westerners.

III. A common approach by the Western world towards China and the emergent nations of South and East Asia.

IV. The Communist campaign for political subversion or control of the newly emancipated countries of Asia.

V. How best the West can meet Asian requirements in the technical and economic fields.

 

February 15-17, 1957 - St. Simons Island, Georgia

I. Nationalism and neutralism as disruptive factors inside Western Alliances.

II. The Middle East.

III. The European policy of the Alliance, with special reference to the problems of Eastern Europe, German reunification, and military strategy.

 

 

October 4-6, 1957 - Fiuggi, Italy

I. Modem weapons and disarmament in relations to Western security.

a) The impact of technological progress in armaments I strategy and diplomacy;

b) Limitation of armaments and its effects on N.A.T.O.

II. Are existing political and economic mechanisms within the Western Community adequate?

 

 

September 13-15, 1958 - Palace Hotel, Buxton, England

I. The future of N.A.T.O. Defense.

II. Western economic co-operation, with special reference to the political consequences of the existence of separate currency areas within the Western world and to the Soviet economic challenge in the underdeveloped countries.

III. The Western approach to Soviet Russia and Communism.

 

 

September 18-20, 1959 - Yesilkoy, Turkey

I. Unity and Division in Western Policy:

a) What are the positive and negative implications of recent strategic developments for the West?

b) What are the Western objectives in international economic development and how can we achieve them?

c) What are the elements in the evolving picture in tropical Africa that may affect Western unity?

 

 

May 28-29, 1960 - Burgenstock, Switzerland

I. State of the world situation after the failure of the Summit Conference.

II. New political and economic developments in the Western world:

a) The economic organization of Europe;

b) The attitude of the United States and problems of non-European countries.

 

 

April 21-23, 1961 – St. Castin, Canada

I. What initiatives are required to bring about a new sense of leadership and direction within the Western community?

a) The role of N.A.T.O. in the world policy of the member countries;

b) The role and control of nuclear weapons within N.A.T.O.

II. The implications for Western unity of changes in the relative economic strength of the United States and Western Europe.

 

 

May 18-20, 1962 - Saltsjobaden, Sweden

I. The political implications for the Atlantic Community of its members’ policies in the United Nations:

a) Concerning relations with the developing countries.

b) Concerning possible changes in the role and authority of the United Nations.

II. Implications for the Atlantic Community of prospective developments in:

a) The European Common Market;

b) The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development.

 

 

May 29-31, 1963 - Cannes, France

I. The balance of power in the light of recent international developments. (This item will cover changes in power relations – political, economic and military – between the Communist and Western countries and inside each group).

II. Trade relations between the U.S.A. and Europe in the light of the negotiations for Britain’s entry into the Common Market.

III. Trade relations between the Western world and the developing countries (tariffs, quotas, commodity arrangements, etc.).

 

 

March 20-22, 1964 - Williamsburg, Virginia, USA

The consequences for the Atlantic Alliance of:

I. apparent changes in the Communist world:

a) Soviet internal developments;

b) the Communist Bloc.

II. possible changes in the attitude of the USSR to the West.

III. recent developments within the Western world.

 

A) political:

1. how the Atlantic nations should organize themselves;

2. attitudes towards relations with the Communist countries including China.

 

B) military:

1. NATO strategy;

2. sharing of responsibility for nuclear deterrent.

 

C) economic:

1. recent developments in the Common Market notably in relation to agriculture and their impact;

2. UN Conference on trade and development, GATT/Kennedy Round;

3. International Finance:

a) balance of payments adjustment and capital markets;

b) liquidity and further evolution of the international monetary structure.

 

4. East-West trade:

a) trade with the USSR and European satellites;

b) trade with Communist China and Cuba;

c) trading rules and restrictions of credits;

d) coordination of Atlantic Community policy.

 

 

April 2-4, 1965 - Villa D’Este, Lake Como, Italy

I. Monetary Co-operation in the Western World.

II. The State of the Atlantic Alliance.

 

 

March 25-27, 1966 - Wiesbaden, Germany

I. Should NATO be reorganized, and if so how?

II. The future of world economic relations especially between industrial and developing countries.

 

 

March 31-April 2, 1967 - Cambridge, England

I. Do the basic concepts of Atlantic cooperation remain valid for the evolving world situation? If not, what concepts could take

their place?

II. The technological gap between America and Europe with special reference to American involvement in Europe

 

 

April 26-28, 1968 - Mont Tremblant, Canada

I. The relations between the West and the Communist countries

II. Internationalization of business

 

 

May 9-11, 1969 - Marienlyst, Denmark

I. Elements of instability in Western society

II. Conflicting attitudes within the Western world towards relations with the USSR and the other Communist states of Eastern Europe in the light of recent events

 

 

April 17-19, 1970 - Bad Ragaz, Switzerland

I. Future function of the university in our society

II. Priority in foreign policy

 

 

April 23-25, 1971 - Woodstock, Vermont, USA

I. The contribution of business in dealing with current problems of social instability

II. The possibility of a change of the American role in the world and its consequences

 

 

April 21-23, 1972 - Knokke, Belgium

I. The state of the Western community in the light of changing relationships among the non-communist industrialized countries and the impact of changing power relationships in the Far East on Western security

 

 

May 11-13, 1973 - Saltsjobaden, Sweden

I. The possibilities of the development of a European energy policy, and the consequences of European-North American relations.

II. Conflicting expectations concerning the European Security Conference.

 

 

April 19-21, 1974 - Hotel Mont d’Arbois, Megeve, France

I. Prospects for the Atlantic world

 

 

April 25-27, 1975 - Golden Dolphin Hotel, Cesme, Turkey

I. Inflation: its economic, social and political implications

II. Recent international political developments:

III. The present status and prospects to resolve the Arab-Israeli conflict and the effect on relations among NATO members

IV. Other recent developments affecting the relations among NATO countries

 

 

April 22-24, 1977 - Torquay, England

I. North American and Western European attitudes towards:

II. The future of the mixed economies in the Western democracies

III. The Third World's demand for restructuring the world order and the political implications of these attitudes

 

 

April 21-23, 1978 - Princeton, New Jersey, USA

I. Western defense with its political implications.

A. An Overview of the Alliance Today

B. The General Evolution of East-West Relations

C. Crises Outside the Alliance Area

D. The Current Military Balance

E. Theater Nuclear Systems and the Neutron Bomb

F. Consultation and Mutual Understanding

G. Political and Economic Strains Within the Alliance

H. Détente and Arms Control

 

II. The changing structure of production and trade: consequences for the Western industrialized countries.

A. The Role of the State in Structural Adaptation

B. Structural Change and Economic Growth

C. Implications for Employment, and the Role of Labor

D. Trade Policy

E. The Need for Monetary Stability

III. Current Problems in European-American Relations

 

 

April 27-29, 1979 – Baden, Austria

I. The present international monetary situation and its consequences for world economic cooperation

A. The Bretton Woods System and the Role of the Dollar

B. Exchange Rates: Fixed or Floating?

C. “Stateless Currency” and the Euromarkets

D. The European Monetary System

E. What Future for the I.M.F.?

F. Multilateral Cooperation and Harmonization

G. Monetary Implications of the Oil Situation

 

II. The implications of instability in the Middle East and Africa for the Western world.

A. The Iranian Revolution

B. The Arab-Israeli Conflict

C. Turkey: Again the Sick Man

D. The Oil Imbroglio

E. Islam, the Third World, and the West

F. Security Considerations

G. The Republic of South Africa and Namibia

H. Rhodesia-Zimbabwe

I. Economic Considerations

 

III. Other current issues bearing on European-American relations

A. Relations with the Communist Powers

B. “The German Question”

C. The Austrian Example

D. Transatlantic Moods and Attitudes

 

 

April 18-20, 1980 - Aachen, Germany

America and Europe: Past, Present, and Future

I. Political Aspects

A. Iran

B. Afghanistan

C. Relations Among the Allies: Communication, Understanding, Leadership

D. Division of Labor

E. The Current American Mood

F. The Political Evolution of Europe

G. The Alliance and The Third World

H. The Arab-Israeli Conflict

 

II. Security Aspect

A. The Present Military Situation of NATO

B. Strategic Issues

C. The Need for Stronger Conventional Forces

D. Security Threats Outside the Alliance Area

E. The Question of Political Will

 

III. Economic Aspect

A. The Management of Our Economies

B. Monetary Relations

C. Energy Considerations and the Impact of the Oil Price Increases

D. The Less-Developed Countries

E. Trade Relations

 

 

May 14-17, 1981 - Burgenstock, Switzerland

I. What should Western policy be toward the Soviet Union in the 1980’s?

A. Changes in the Soviet Union

B. Assessing Soviet Intentions

C. Arms Negotiations and the Military Balance

 

II. Obstacles to effective coordination of Western policies

A. Internal Stresses and Strains

B. The Need for Consultation

C. The Middle East

 

III. How can the Western economies put their house in order?

A. President Reagan’s Economic Program

B. The State’s Growing Share of the National Product

C. The Decline in Productivity and Economic Growth

D. Political Aspects

 

IV. Panel on Current International Economic Issues

A. East-West Economic Relations

B. Energy

C. Japan’s Performance

D. Trade and Protectionism

E. Interest Rates and Exchange Rates

F. Recycling and Debts

G. The North-South Dialogue

H. International Economic Cooperation

 

V. Discussion of Current Events

A. Foreign Poicy Prospects Under the New U.S. Administration

B. Analyzing the French Election Results

C. Crises Outside the NATO Area

 

 

May 14-16, 1982 - Sandefjord, Norway

Tensions in European-American Relations

I. Divergent policies and attitudes in the North Atlantic Community

II. What can arms control achieve?

III. Middle East: Issues at stake

IV. Economic issues: dogmas and realities

V. Discussion of Current events:

A. The Falkland Islands Crisis

B. East-West Relations: Poland, Trade, and Finance

 

 

May 13-15, 1983 - Montebello, Canada

I. East-West relations: constraints, detente or confrontation

II. Issues in medium-term prospects for growth in the world economy:

A. Protectionism and employment

B. Risks in banking and finance

III. Discussion of current events.

 

 

May 11-13, 1984 - Saltsjobaden, Sweden

I. Western Power and the Middle East: A Case Study in Atlantic Relationships

II. The State of Arms Control Negotiations

III. Future Employment Trends in the Industrialized Democracies

IV. Discussion of Current Events

IV. The Soviet Union, the West and the Third World – A Case Study: Central America

 

 

May 10-12, 1985 - Rye Brook, New York, USA

I. Divergent social and economic trends in the Atlantic World

II. How should the West deal with the Soviet Bloc?

III. The Strategic Defense Initiative

IV. How should the West deal with developing countries?

V. Current events: the U.S. Budget and the European perspective

VI. Operating the Alliance

 

 

April 25-27, 1986 - Gleneagles, Scotland

I. The Soviet Union under Gorbachev: foreign policy implications

II. The Western global response to the Soviet challange

III. The fragmentation of the world economy: debt, currency disorder, protectionism, uneven growth

IV. Current events: terrorism

V. South Africa

 

 

April 24-26, 1987 - Villa D’Este, Italy

I. Strategy toward the U.S.S.R.

II. Policy toward trade and protectionism

III. The public sector and economic growth

IV. Current events: China

V. The arms control debate

 

 

June 3-5, 1988 - Telfs-Buchen, Austria

I. What can be done with the world economy: alternative scenarios

II. How to handle a world awash with public and private debt?

III. The German question revisited

IV. The new information era

V. Briefing on the Moscow summit

VI. The impact of glasnost

VII. Future strategy of the Alliance

VIII. The Gulf and Afghanistan

 

 

May 12-14,1989 - La Toja, Spain

I. Domestic developments in Eastern Europe: policy implications for the West

II. Can the Alliance be sustained by military and arms control issues alone?

III. The long-term economic design of the E.C.: European sovereignty?

IV. Current events: U.S.-Soviet relations

V. Greater political and monetary union of Europe: European sovereignty?

VI. Global relationships: surpluses, deficits, and protectionism

VII. Environmental constraints

 

 

May 11-13, 1990 - Rockefeller owned hotel, Glen Cove, New York, USA

I. The new Soviet (Dis)Union

II. Strategy issues

III. Economic relations with Eastern Europe

IV. Can Western values be applied universally?

V. Germany

VI. The future of NATO and the European Community

VII. Japan: political changes

 

 

June 6-9, 1991 - Baden-Baden, Germany

I. Eastern Europe: economic prospects

II. Developments in the Soviet Union: political and economic impacts on the Alliance

III. The Middle East: political fallout and future prospects

IV. Current Events: German Economic Reconciliation: the Treuhand Experience

V. The Practical Agenda for the Alliance

VI. Do we have the institutions to deal with the agenda?

VII. Economic and financial threats to the Alliance

VIII. Current Events: South Africa

IX. Current Events: Yugoslavia

 

 

May 21-24, 1992 - Evian-Les-Bains, France

I. Prospects for the former Soviet republics

II. What should be done for Eastern Europe?

III. Whither America?

IV. The world economy

V. Whither Europe?

VI. Remarks of Pierre Beregovoy, Prime Minister of France

VII. Soviet Union: the view from Moscow

VIII. Current Events: Yugoslavia

IX. The migration issue

X. The evolving West/West relationship

 

 

April 22-25, 1993 - Vouliagmeni, Greece

I. What kind of Europe will the U.S. have to deal with?

II. Current events: Former Yugoslavia

III. Restoring confidence in leadership and institutions

IV. Prospects for Global Trade

V. U.S. domestic policy concerns

VI. The outlook for Japan’s economy

VII. Cost of indifference toward the former Soviet Union

VIII. Current events: Italy

IX. Foreign policy concerns of the Clinton Administration

X. Crisis management

 

 

June 2-5, 1994 - Helsinki, Finland

I. Redefinition of the Atlantic relationship in a time of change

II. The changing face and perspective of America

III. Europe – Cohesion or Confusion?

IV. Economic instability ahead

V. Jobs, where are they and how will the West create them?

VI. The political changes of Islamic Fundamentalism

VII. Russia - How will its internal evolution affect its external behavior?

VIII. GATT: Risk ahead

IX. Current events: North Korea

X. China - The consequences of convulsion or stability

 

 

June 8-11, 1995 - Burgenstock, Switzerland

I. What is NATO supposed to do?

II. Is there work for all?

III. Atomization of society: Impact on political behavior of new technology

IV. Looking (Back) at Washington

V. Current events: Turkey and the Atlantic Alliance

VI. Is there still a North Atlantic Community?

VII. Should the European Union integrate further, and why?

VIII. Our agendas for WTO and World Bank

IX. Current events: Former Yugoslavia

X. Peacekeeping in an UNstable World

XI. Lessons of the New Currency Crises

XII. Practical steps towards a better Global Governance and Rules

 

 

May 30 - June 2, 1996 - King City, Ontario, Canada

I. Status Report on the Alliance

II. Former Yugoslavia

III. Russia: Political Forces and Economic Prospects

IV. Europe: the Politics of EU Enlargement

V. Has Europe’s Economy Run Out of Steam?

VI. Will the Enlarged Union Survive EU's Success or Failure?

VII. The U.S. Agenda

VIII. The Israeli Election

IX. How and How Much Can the Western World Grow Economically?

X. WTO and the World Bank: Briefing

XI. Where is China Going?

 

 

June 12-15, 1997 - Lake (Sidney) Lanier Island, near Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Racial Harmony

World Without Borders

Most Favored Nation (MFN) for China

European Union

American Union

 

 

May 14-18, 1998, Turnberry, Scotland

The Atlantic Relationship in a time of change

NATO

Asian Crisis

European Monetary Union

Growing Military Disparity

Japan

Multilateral Organizations

Europe’s Social Model

EU/ US Market Place

 

 

June 3-6, 1999 - Sintra, Portugal

I. Kosovo

II. The US Political Scene

III. Current Controversies: Genetics and the Life Sciences

IV. Redesigning the International Financial Architecture

V. The Social and Political Impacts on Emerging Markets of Recent Economic Events

VI. NATO’s Future

VII. The Relationship between Information Technology and Economic Policy

VIII. Current Events

IX. Russia’s Foreign Policy

X. How Durable is the Current Rosy Complexion of European Politics?

 

 

June 1-4, 2000 - Hotel Chateau du Lac at Genval, Belgium

US Elections

Globalization

New Economy

The Balkans

EU Enlargement

The European Far Right

 

 

May 24-28, 2001- Stenungsbaden, Sweden (near Gothenburg, Sweden)

Defense

China/Japan

Russia

Europe

Productivity

Agriculture

Middle-East

Globalization

 

 

May 30 - June 2, 2002 – Westfields Marriott Hotel, Chantilly, Virginia, USA

I. The Consequences of the War Against Terrorism

II. Corporate Governance: Does Capitalism Need Fixing?

III. The Changing Nature of the EU Within the Western Alliance

IV. Have Civil Liberties Been Unnecessarily Eroded?

V. The Influence of the Extreme Right

VI. The Middle East

VII. Current Affairs

VIII. Post-Crisis Reconstruction/Nation Rebuilding

IX. Prospects for the World Economy

X. Trade: The China Effect

XI. The Influence of Domestic Issues on American Foreign Policy

 

 

May 15-18, 2003 – Versailles, France

European-American relations

Iraq

The Middle East after Terrorism

Non-Proliferation

The European Convention

Economic Problems

 

 

June 3-6, 2004 – Stresa, Italy

European American relations

U.S. Politics

Iraq

The Middle East

European Geopolitics

NATO

China

Economic Problems

Energy

 

 

May 5-8, 2005 – Rottach-Egern, Germany

European-American relations

Iran

Iraq

The Middle East

Non-Proliferation

Asia

Economic Problems

Russia

 

 

June 8-11, 2006 – Ottawa, Canada

European-American relations

Energy

Russia

Iran

The Middle East

Asia

Terrorism

Immigration

 

 

May 31 - June 3, 2007 – Istanbul, Turkey

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June 5-8, 2008 – Westfields Marriott Hotel, Chantilly, Virginia, USA

Nuclear-free World

Cyber Terrorism

Africa

Russia

Finance

Protectionism

U.S.-EU Relations

Afghanistan and Pakistan

Islam

Iran

 

 

May 14-17, 2009 – Vouliagmeni, Greece

Financial Crisis

Governments and Markets

Role of Institutions

Market Economies and Democracies

Iraq, Pakistan and Afghanistan

U.S. and the World

Cyberterrorism

New Imperialisms

Protectionism

Post-Kyoto Challenges

 

 

 

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