The 2002 Bilderberg Report
30 May 2002 - 2 June 2002|
Westfields Marriott, Chantilly, Virginia, USA|
Étienne Davignon, Paul A. Allaire, A. Charles Baillie, Edward Balls, Francisco Pinto Balsemao, Jean de Belot, C. Fred Bergsten, John G. Bernander, Conrad M. Black, Frits Bolkestein, António Borges, Charles G. Boyd, Henri de Castries, Juan Luis Cebrian, Bertrand Collomb, Pascal Couchepin, Ralf Dahrendorf, Kenneth W. Dam, George A. David, Michel A. David-Weill, Kemal Dervis, John M. Deutch, Viet D. Dinh, Thomas E. Donilon, Mario Draghi, Stuart Eizenstat, Anders Eldrup, Martin S. Feldstein, Elisa Guimarães Ferreira, Thomas S. Foley, Adrian Fortescue, David Frum, Jean-Louis Gergorin, Paul A. Gigot, Alan Greenspan, Rijkman W.J. Groenink, Alfred Gusenbauer, Victor Halberstadt, Carla Hills, Jim Hoagland, Allan B. Hubbard, Kay Bailey Hutchison, Jan Huyghebaert, Wolfgang Ischinger, Charles A. James, James A. Johnson, Vernon E. Jordan, Henry Kissinger, Ewald Kist, Gerard J. Kleisterlee, Hilmar Kopper, Charles Krauthammer, Henry R. Kravis, Marie-Josée Kravis, André Kudelski, John J. LaFalce, Jan Leschly, André Levy-Lang, Maurice Lippens, Jessica T. Mathews, Terry McAuliffe, William J. McDonough, Ramón de Miguel, Andrea Mitchell, Dominique Moïsi, Thierry de Montbrial, Michael H. Moskow, Egil Myklebust, Jorma Ollila, Sylvia Ostry, Bulend Ozaydinli, Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa, Alexis Papahelas, Frank H. Pearl, Richard Perle, Ruprecht Polenz, Clyde V. Prestowitz, Mark Racicot, Franklin D. Raines, Gerhard Randa, Steven Rattner, Heather Reisman, David Rockefeller, Matías Rodriguez Inciarte, Eric Roll, Charlie Rose, Olivier Roy, Donald Rumsfeld, Özdem Sanberk, Jürgen E. Schrempp, Ekkehard Schulz, Louis Schweitzer, Toger Seidenfaden, Ernest-Antoine Seilliere, Lilia Shevtsova, Henry Siegman, George Soros, James B. Steinberg, Jens Stoltenberg, Lawrence H. Summers, Peter Sutherland, Christoffer Taxell, G. Richard Thoman, John L. Thornton, Teija Tiilikainen, Michael Treschow, Jean-Claude Trichet, Daniel L. Vasella, Lodewijk J. R. de Vink, Franz Vranitzky, Jacob Wallenberg, Kenneth Whyte, Gareth Williams (politician), James D. Wolfensohn, Klaus Zumwinkel|
R. John Micklethwait, Adrian D. Wooldridge, Maja Banck, Michael Farren, Steven S. Lee|
The 2002 Bilderberg Meeting was the 50th such meeting and had 120 participants from 18 European countries, the United States and Canada. It was held at the Westfields Marriott, Chantilly, Virginia, USA.
The 2002 Bilderberg Agenda has been leaked and is now online.
1. Consequences of the War Against Terrorism
The moderator was Victor Halberstadt and the panelists were Dominique Moïsi and Richard Perle.
2. Corporate Governance: Does Capitalism Need Fixing?
The moderator was Jürgen E. Schrempp and the panelists were Franklin D. Raines and Frits Bolkestein.
3. The Changing Nature of the EU Within the Western Alliance
The moderator was Etienne Davignon and the panelists were Stuart Eizenstat and Peter D. Sutherland.
4. Have Civil Liberties Been Unnecessarily Eroded?
The moderator was Franz Vranitzky and the panelists were Viet D. Dinh and Adrian Fortescue.
5. The Influence of the Extreme Right
The moderator was Bertrand Collomb and the panelist Ralf Dahrendorf, Paul A Gigot and Charles Krauthammer.
6. The Middle East
The moderator was Henry A Kissinger and the panelists were Ramón de Miguel and Henry Siegman.
7. Current Affairs
The moderator was Etienne Davignon and the panelist was Donald H. Rumsfeld.
8. Post-Crisis Reconstruction/ Nation Rebuilding
The moderator was Conrad M. Black and the panelists were Thierry de Montbrial and James D. Wolfensohn.
9. Prospects for the World Economy
The moderator was Hilmar Kopper and the panelists were William J. McDonough and Jean-Claude Trichet.
10. Trade: The China Effect
The moderator was Kenneth W. Dam and the panelists were Carla A Hills and Sylvia Ostry.
11. The Influence of Domestic Issues on American Foreign Policy
The moderator was Marie-Josée Kravis and the panelists were Terry McAuliffe and Mark Racicot.