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

 

Sir John Graham becomes Director of The Ditchley Foundation

August 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