Restructuring problems of the western industrialized countries: can they be harmoniously managed?
Nationalism in more than politics: cement or corrosive?
The emerging political and economic roles of the leading south American nations and the likely impact on the international scene
How should planning and resource allocation be managed in the fields of science and technology?
Divided Germany and the future of Europe
East-west relations with the new men in Moscow
Modern penal policy in the light of shifting public opinion
The Ditchley Foundation Annual Lecture XXIII
Delivered by Ambassador Yoshio Okawara
11 July 1987
The defence of the West: the future of NATO in an era of emerging technologies and diverging interests.
Joint conference with the Southern Center for International Studies, Atlanta, GA.
International problems of supply and demand in agriculture: feeding the people, preserving rural structures and farming communities and ensuring freedom of trade.
Coping with ethnic pluralism in advanced western societies
How should business managers be educated?
Capital market developments and financial stability
A joint conference with the Graduate School of Business of the University of Chicago