Past Programme 1998

China and its neighbours
Chair: The Rt Hon The Lord Hurd of Westwell CH CBE

23-25 January 1998


Corruption: progress in counter-strategies
Chair: The Honorable John Brademas

6-8 February 1998


Social justice in national economies: tensions between social priorities and market pressures
Chair: The Rt Hon Baroness Williams of Crosby PC

20-22 February 1998


The political, social and environmental responsibilities of business
Chair: Sir Martin Jacomb

20-22 March 1998


The reduction and management of demand for healthcare
Chair: Sir Maurice Shock

3-5 April 1998


Solutions to unemployment in the age of globalisation
Chair: Professor Dr Otto Schlecht
(with the Herbert Quandt Foundation)

24-26 April 1998


The media and the law
Chair: Justice Sandra Day O’Connor

15-17 May 1998


The international regulation of cyberspace
Chair: Mr Ian Taylor MBE MP

29-31 May 1998


The international handling of war crimes and crimes against humanity
Chair: Justice Richard J Goldstone

19-21 June 1998


The Ditchley Foundation Annual Lecture XXXV
Delivered by His Excellency Kofi Annan, Secretary-General of the United Nations

26 June 1998


The development of the European Union
Chair: The Rt Hon John Major MP

18-20 September 1998


The Sub-Continent: prospects for the 21st century
Chair: Professor Lord Desai

9-11 October 1998


NATO's eastwards relationships
Chair: The Honorable Dr William J Perry KBE

23-25 October 1998


Governance in the information age
Chair: The Honorable Joseph S Nye Jr
(with the Kennedy School of Government)

6-8 November 1998


The implications of the East Asian economic situation
Chair: HE Ambassador Koji Watanabe

20-22 November 1998


Preventative diplomacy and conflict resolution
Chair: Dr David A Hamburg

4-6 December 1998