Past Programme 1987

Reconciling freedom of information with protection of the public interest in the modern democratic process

January 1987

 

Contradictions and conflicts between sovereignty and international stability: problems of intervention and management in the fragmented world

February 1987

 

The international economic and political implications of fluctuating oil prices

March 1987

 

Economic growth and the environment: conflict or opportunity?

March 1987

 

American views of the Soviet Union: how to handle East-West relations

A second joint conference with the Southern Center for International Studies, Atlanta GA, held in Atlanta

April 1987

 

The contemporary role of trade unions in the advanced industrialised countries

April 1987

 

A new generation, old institutions, and a middle-aged alliance: is there room for innovation in transatlantic relationships? A conference for the successor generation

May 1987

 

The Atlantic gap: national differences and the future of the alliance – options for action by the private sector

May 1987

 

How to identify public opinion in a modern pluralistic society: pressure groups, opinion polls and the ballot box

Joint conference with the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations

June 1987

 

The Ditchley Foundation Annual Lecture XXIV

English Anchor - American Sail: Two Centuries of the American Constitution

Delivered by Professor Benno Schmidt

17 July 1987

 

Military and economic power in international politics: is there a shift in their significance?

September 1987

 

The Gulf War, Lebanon, Palestine: a review of Middle East crises and prospects

September 1987

 

The political and economic problems facing governments as a result of population growth and population shifts

October 1987

 

End of century tasks: coping with high technology, industrial transformation and economic interdependence

November 1987

 

The future of nuclear power in energy policy

December 1987