Bilderberg/1992

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The 1992 Bilderberg Report
Date 21 May 1992 - 24 May 1992
Location Royal Club Evian,  Evian-les-Bains,  France
Perpetrators Bilderberg/Steering committee

The 1992 Bilderberg Meeting was the 40th such meeting and had 121 participants from 18 European countries, the United States and Canada.[1] It was held at the Royal Club Evian in Evian-les-Bains, France.

Agenda

The 1992 Bilderberg Agenda has been leaked and is now online.[1]

1. Prospects For The Former Soviet Republics

The moderator was Marie-Josee Drouin and the panelists were James Billington, Anders Åslund and Dwayne O. Andreas.

2. What Should Be Done For Eastern Europe?

The moderator was Francisco Pinto Balsemão and the panelists were Philippe Lagayette and Birgit Breuel.

3. Whither The United States?

The moderator was James D. Wolfensohn and the panelists were David R. Gergen and Philip C. Habib.

4. The World Economy

The moderator was Denis W. Healey and the panelists were Alexandre Lamfalussy, Hilmar Kopper and Paul Volcker.

5. Whither Europe?

The moderator was Thierry de Montbrial and the panelists were Michel Sapin, Leon Brittan and Theo Sommer.

6. Remarks of Pierre Bérégovoy, Prime Minister of France

The moderator was Peter Carrington. This is a most exceptional agenda topic, since all the others tend to be general and none feature specific people. Pierre Bérégovoy was Prime Minister of France at the time. Slightly less than one year later, he was found dead - it was ruled a suicide.

7. Soviet Union: The View From Moscow

The moderator was Henry A. Kissinger and the panelists were Robert S. Strauss and Paolo Zannoni.

8. Current Events: Yugoslavia

The moderator was Jaakko Iloniemi and the panelist was Peter Carrington.

9. The Migration Issue

The moderator was Christoph Bertram and the panelists were Philip Martin, Jacques Toubon and Volker Rühe.

10. The Evolving East/West Relationship

The moderator was Peter Carrington and the panelists were Henry Kissinger and Etienne Davignon.


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