The 1989 Bilderberg Report
12 May 1989 - 14 May 1989|
Gran Hotel La Toja, Island of La Toja, Spain|
Eric Roll, Peter Carrington, Victor Halberstadt, Theodore L. Eliot, Conrad Oort, Giovanni Agnelli, Tage Andersen, Dwayne O. Andreas, Paddy Ashdown, George W. Ball, Francisco Pinto Balsemao, Relus ter Beek, Michel F. Belanger, Jack F. Bennett, Lloyd M. Bentsen, Ernst van der Beugel, Selahattin Beyazit, Björn Bjarnason, Conrad Black, Hans Blix, Miguel Boyer Salvador, Ali Bozer, Enrico Braggiotti, Willard C. Butcher, Costa Carras, Jaime Carvajal Urquijo, Juan Luis Cebrian, Ismail Cem, Charles H. Dallara, Kenneth W. Dam, Herta Daubler-Gmelin, Étienne Davignon, Guillermo de la Dehesa, Aage Deleuran, Marie-Josee Drouin, Arthur Dunkel, Casimir Ehrnrooth, William T. Esrey, Colette Flesch, John Galvin, Raul Gardini, Timothy Garton Ash, Michaela Geiger, Felipe Gonzalez, Fernando I. Gonzalez Laxe, Allan Gotlieb, Maurice Greenberg, William E. Griffith, Sten Gustafsson, François Heisbourg, Jaakko Iloniemi, Peter Jankowitsch, Vernon E. Jordan, Thomas H. Kean, Christian H. Kind, Henry Kissinger, Andrew Knight, Max Kohnstamm, Josef Krainer, Alex Krauer, Marc Ladreit de Lacharriere, Cees J. A. van Lede, Franz J. Lutolf, Rui Machete, Paul D. Manson, Carlos March Delgado, Wilfred Martens, Charles McC. Mathias, Thierry de Montbrial, Mario Monti, Queen Beatrix, Prince Claus of the Netherlands, Filippo M. Pandolfi, Theodore Papalexopoulos, Cecil Parkinson, Norman Pearlstine, Rupert L. Pennant-Rea, Jesus de Polanco, S. Ichtiaque Rasool, William K. Reilly, Rozanne L. Ridgway, David Rockefeller Sr, David Rockefeller, H. Onno Ruding, Jorge Sampaio, Jeanne Sauve, Louis Schweitzer, Michael J. Scoullos, John Shad, Jack Sheinkman, Hordur Sigurgestsson, John Smith, Lucy C. Smith, Jacques E. Solvay, Theo Sommer, Queen Sofía of Spain, Juan Carlos I of Spain, Lesley R. Stahl, Robert S. Strauss, Peter D. Sutherland, Klaus Topfer, Gorge J. Vojta, Franz Vranitzky, Niels Werring, John C. Whitehead, Nils Wilhjelm, Lynn R. Williams, James D. Wolfensohn, Otto Wolff von Amerongen, Juan A. Yanez-Barnuevo, Emilio de Ybarra y Churruca, Paolo Zannoni|
Grant F. Winthrop, Julio C. Abreu, Saskia ten Asbroek, Charles W. Muller|
The 1989 Bilderberg Meeting was the 34th such meeting and had 112 participants from 19 European countries, the United States and Canada. It was held at the Gran Hotel La Toja, Island of La Toja, Spain on May 12, 13, and 14, 1989.
The 1989 Bilderberg Agenda has been leaked and is now online.
1. Domestic Developments In Eastern Europe:Policy Implications For The West
The moderator was Charles McC. Mathias, Jr., the background paper was written by Timothy J. Garton Ash and the introductory remarks were by Michaela Geiger and William E. Griffith.
2. Can The Alliance Be Sustained By Military And Arms Control Issues Alone?
The moderator was Peter Carrington and the introductory remarks were by Theo Sommer and Henry A. Kissinger.
3. The Long-Term Economic Design Of The E.C.: European Sovereignty?
The moderator was Kenneth W. Dam and the introductory remarks were by Giovanni Agnelli, Lloyd M. Bentsen, Jr. and Peter D. Sutherland.
4. Current Events: Current Events: U.S. - Soviet Relations
The moderator was Etienne Davignon and the introductory remarks were by Rozanne L. Ridgway.
5. Greater Political And Monetary Union Of Europe: European Sovereignty?
The moderator was Eric Roll and the introductory remarks were by Miguel Boyer Salvador and Rupert L. Pennant-Rea.
6. Global Relationships: Surpluses, Deficits, And Protectionism
The moderator was James D. Wolfensohn and the introductory remarks were by Charles H. Dallara, Arthur Dunkel and H. Onno Ruding.
7. Environmental Constraints
The moderator was Costa Carras, the background paper was written by S. Ichtiaque Rasool and the introductory remarks were by William K. Reilly and Klaus Töpfer.