Past Programme 1991

Global climate change and its implications
Chair: Sir Crispin Tickell GCMG KCVO

11-13 January 1991


Children in poverty in the developed western world
Chair: Mr Frank Field MP

18-20 January 1991


The Arms Trade, including the Proliferation of Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Weapons and Missile Technology, With Special Reference to the Middle East
Chair: The Rt Hon George Younger TD DL MP

22-24 February 1991


Drugs: the threat and the response
Chair: The Rt Hon the Baroness Masham of Ilton

15-17 March 1991


The impact of the Japanese and German economies on the global economy and the role that new economic superpowers will play in the 1990s
A joint conference in Mobile, Alabama with the Southern Center for International Studies
Chair: The Honourable James R Schlesinger

21-24 March 1991


A review of the state of play in the Uruguay round negotiations and the future developments in the GATT
Chair: Senator William E Brock III

11-13 April 1991


Museums and galleries: collecting, funding and protecting the heritage
Chair: The Rt Hon Sir Richard Luce MP

25-27 April 1991


A re-definition of American foreign policy priorities, with special reference to Europe
A joint conference with the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, held at Wingspread
Chair: Mr Cyrus F Freidheim Jr

8-11 May 1991


The Middle East: developments and future trends and policies
Chair: The Rt Hon Sir Geoffrey Howe QC MP

30 May-02 June 1991


The Ditchley Foundation Annual Lecture XXVIII
After the Persian Gulf: American Politics and Policy in the 1990s
Delivered by Hon Thomas S Foley

5 July 1991


The Soviet Union: developments and trends in domestic affairs and international relations
Chair: Sir Julian Bullard GCMG

6-8 September 1991


The Federal state: lessons from North American and European experience
Hosted by the Canadian Ditchley Foundation in Ontario, Canada
Chair: The Hon Donald S MacDonald

26-28 September 1991


Transport policy in the 21st century: the quest for coordinated policies in the light of economic, demographic and environmental factors
Chairman: Mr John M M Banham

4-6 October 1991


Energy and the environment
Chair: The Rt Hon the Lord Ezra MBE

18-20 October 1991


Worldwide security: the quest for a "new world order". Should it embrace social, trading, financial and environmental issues, and in what form? The position of the existing regional organisations and agencies. Implications for sovereignty.
Chair: The Hon Donald F McHenry

8-10 November 1991


The Caribbean states
Chair: The Rt Hon the Baroness Young PC DL

22-24 November 1991


Immigration policies in the developed world in the face of migration pressures: causes and responses
Chair: The Rt Hon Sir Timothy Raison MP

6-8 December 1991