Past Programme 1989

Urban regeneration


January 1989


The global markets and the service industries: can GATT cope?


February 1989


The single market in western Europe: the approach to 1992 and the economic and political implications for partners outside the community


February 1989


Environmental damage and climatic change


March 1989


Western policies in response to reform and innovation in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe

Joint conference with the Southern Center for International Studies, Atlanta, Georgia


April 1989


Policy choices for Israel

May 1989


Latin America: problems and prospects

May 1989



Political and economic reform in China

June 1989



The pace and complexity of developments in science: social, economic and environmental implications for policymakers

July 1989



The Ditchley Foundation Annual Lecture XXVI


The French Revolution and the Development of Western Democracy

Delivered by Mr François Furet


30 June 1989


Agriculture in the developed world: should industrial societies and to ensure the form of decent livelihood, and if so how? Subsidies, surpluses, famine and the environment. Implications for the Third World.

A conference hosted by the Canadian Ditchley Foundation in Ontario, Canada


September 1989


Political and economic refugees: problems of migration, asylum and resettlement


October 1989


Consensus and conflict: does international corporation depend on shared values and moral norms among nations, and can such norms exist?


November 1989


Security at a lower level of armaments: conventional arms control issues confronting the North Atlantic Alliance


November 1989


The German question: divided Germany’s dual relationship to the Soviet Union and to the West


December 1989