The 2007 Bilderberg Meeting was the 55th Bilderberg meeting and had participants from European countries, the United States and Canada. It was held at Istanbul, Turkey. The 131 guests included 42 business executives, 28 politicians, 9 financiers, 11 editors/journalists and 10 academics.
- 1 Exposure
- 2 Agenda
- 2.1 1. The New World Order: Uni-Polar or Non-Polar?
- 2.2 2. Turkey and its Neighbours
- 2.3 3. Europe and the US: Common and Conflicting Interests
- 2.4 4. The Mood of the US
- 2.5 5. Democracy and Populism
- 2.6 6. Democracy in the Middle East
- 2.7 7. Turkey's Long-Term Development in Comparative Perspective
- 2.8 8. Leadership Changes in Key European Countries [France-UK]
- 2.9 9. Information Technology: Globalising or Tribalising Force?
- 2.10 10. Nuclear Non-Proliferation
- 2.11 11. The US: Cutting Issues in State-Federal Relations
- 2.12 12. Climate Change
- 2.13 13. Current Affairs: Capital Markets: Risks and Opportunities of Private Equity and Hedge Funds
- 3 Participants
- 4 Witnesses
- 5 References
Jim Tucker wrote a report on the 2007 Bilderberg for the American Free Press which they later published under a copyleft licence. Daniel Estulin wrote for Nexus Magazine that "Discussions at the 2007 Bilderberg Group meetings covered concerns over the World Bank presidency, Russia's muscle-flexing on energy issues and the failure of US-led NATO forces in Afghanistan."
The 2007 Bilderberg Agenda has not been leaked, but the website at Bilderberg Meetings has posted an agenda.Turkey was a central subject in many of the discussions, and there were noticeably many both Turkish attendees and foreigners with connections to Turkey.
1. The New World Order: Uni-Polar or Non-Polar?
2. Turkey and its Neighbours
3. Europe and the US: Common and Conflicting Interests
4. The Mood of the US
5. Democracy and Populism
6. Democracy in the Middle East
7. Turkey's Long-Term Development in Comparative Perspective
8. Leadership Changes in Key European Countries [France-UK]
9. Information Technology: Globalising or Tribalising Force?
10. Nuclear Non-Proliferation
11. The US: Cutting Issues in State-Federal Relations
12. Climate Change
13. Current Affairs: Capital Markets: Risks and Opportunities of Private Equity and Hedge Funds
|George Alogoskoufis||Greek economist, multi-Bilderberg|
|Beatrix Armgard||Queen Beatrix. Very heavy Bilderberg habit|
|Ali Babacan||8 times Bilderberg visitor, Turkish politician|
|Franco Bernabè||Italian banker and manager, Steering Committee of the Bilderberg|
|Carl Bildt||Swedish politician and serial Bilderberger|
|Mehmet Ali Birand||Turkish journalist|
|Ümit N. Boyner|
|Henri de Castries||"French President of Bilderberg"|
|Juan Luis Cebrián||Bilderberg Steering committee, Club of Rome|
|Timothy Collins||UK soldier, multi-Bilderberg|
|Frans van Daele|
|Étienne Davignon||Belgian deep politician, EU commissioner, Bilderberg chairman, Egmont Institute president|
|Kemal Derviş||UNDP administrator, 4 times Bilderberger, Brookings|
|Tom Donilon||Spooky Bilderberger|
|Cem Duna||Single Bilderberg Turkish diplomat|
|Ulrik Federspiel||Danish diplomat, Bilderberg Steering committee|
|Martin Feldstein||US economist, Trilateral Commission, heavy Bilderberg habit towards the end of his life.|
|Timothy Geithner||Multi-Bilderberg central banker|
|Bernardino León Gross|
|Richard Haass||Bilderberger, CFR President|
|Victor Halberstadt||A professor of economics, with a minimal Wikipedia page, who has attended all Bilderberg meetings since 1975.|
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|Vendeline von Bredow||Multi-Bilderberger journalist|
|Adrian Wooldridge||UK Journalist and editor. Regular "observer" at the Bilderberg|