1990 Bilderberg Participant List

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BILDERBERG MEETINGS
GLEN COVE CONFERENCE
10-13 May 1990
LIST OF PARTICIPANTS

CHAIRMAN:
Lord Carrington*
Chairman of the Board, Christie’s International plc; Former Secretary General, NATO

HONORARY SECRETARY GENERAL FOR EUROPE AND CANADA:
Victor Halberstadt*
Professor of Public Finance, Leyden University

HONORARY SECRETARY GENERAL FOR THE U.S.A.:
Theodore L. Eliot, Jr.*
Senior Research Fellow, Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace, Stanford University

HONORARY TREASURER:
Conrad J. Oort*
Adviser to the Board of Management, Algemene Bank Nederland N.V.;
Professor of Money and Banking, University of Limburg

ITAGiovanni Agnelli**Chairman, Fiat S.p.A.
USADwayne O. AndreasChairman, Archer-Daniels-Midland Company, Inc.
SWEAnders AslundProfessor and Director, Institute of Soviet and East European Economics, Stockholm School of Ecnomics
USAGeorge W. Ball**Former Under-Secretary of State
PORFrancisco Pinto Balsemao*Professor of Mass Communication, New University, Lisbon; Chairman, SOJORNAL; Former Prime Minister
CANThomas J. BataChairman, Bata Limited
USAJack F. Bennett*Former Director and Senior Vice President, Exxon Corporation; Former Under-Secretary of the Treasury for Monetary Affairs
FRGChristoph Bertram*Diplomatic Correspondent, “Die Zeit”
NETHErnst H. van der Beugel**Emeritus Professor of International Relations, Leyden University; Director of Companies
TURSelahattin Beyazit*Director of Companies
ICEBjorn BjarnasonAssistant Editor-in-Chief, “Morgunbladid”
CANConrad M. BlackChairman, Argus Corporation Ltd.
UKBaroness BlackstoneMaster, Birkbeck College, University of London; Opposition Spokesman on Education, House of Lords
ITAEnrico BraggiottiChairman of the Board, Banca Commerciale Italiana
USAWilliam P. Bundy**Former Editor, “Foreign Affairs”
CANDerek H. BurneyAmbassador to the United States of America
USARichard R. BurtHead of the U.S. Delegation to the Negotiations on Nuclear and Space Arms with the Soviet Union
GRECosta Carras*Director of Companies
SPAJaime Carvajal Urquijo*Chairman and General Manager, Iberfomento
SPAJuan Luis CebrianChief Executive Officer, PRISA (El Pais)
FRAJean-Pierre ChevenementMinister of Defence
GREEfthimios ChristodoulouAlternate Minister for Foreign Affairs
USAGerald L. CurtisProfessor of Political Science and Director of the East Asian Institute, Columbia University
UKRalf DahrendorfWarden, St. Antony’s College, Oxford
USAKenneth W. Dam*Vice President, Law and External Relations, IBM Corporation; Former Deputy Secretary of State
BELEtienne Davignon* Chairman, Societe Generale de Belgique; Former Vice Chairman of the Commission of the European Communities
UKIan Hay Davison Chairman, Laing & Cruickshank
USARobert A. Day Chairman, Trust Company of the West
DENAage Deleuran* Editor-in-Chief, “Berlingske Tidende”
PORJoao de Deus PinheiroMinister for Foreign Affairs
NORPer Ditlev-SimonsenMinister of Defence
USAJames F. Dobbins Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of European and Canadian Affairs, Department of State
CANMarie-Josee Drouin* Executive Director, Hudson Institute of Canada
CANFredrik S. Eaton Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, The T. Eaton Company Ltd.
USAWilliam T. Esrey Chairman and CEO, U.S. Sprint; Chairman, President and CEO, United Telecommunications, Inc.
SPAOscar Fanjul Chairman, Instituto Nacional de Hidrocarburos; Chairman, Repsol S.A.
USAThomas S. FoleySpeaker of the House of Representatives
CANR. Donald Fullerton Chairman, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
INTJohn R. Galvin Supreme Allied Commander Europe, SHAPE
ITARaoul Gardini Chairman, Ferruzzi Group
FRGPeter GlotzMember of Parliament (SPD)
USAMarshall I. Goldman Kathryn W. Davis Professor of Soviet Economics, Wellesley College; Associate Director, Russian Research Center, Harvard University
USAKatharine Graham Chairman, The Washington Post Company
USAMaurice R. Greenberg President, American International Group, Inc.
SWESten Gustafsson* Chairman of the Board, SAAB-SCANIA AB
PORAntonio GuterresMember of Parliament; Chief Whip of the Socialist Party
ICEGeir Hallgrimsson* Governor, Central Bank of Iceland; Former Prime Minister; Former Minister for Foreign Affairs
FRGHelmut HaussmannMinister of Economic Affairs
NORJohan Jorgen Holst Director, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs; Former Minister of Defence
UKRobert B. Horton Chairman, BP Company plc
FINJaakko Iloniemi* Member of the Management Board, Union Bank of Finland; Former Ambassador to the United States of America
TURErdal Inonu President, Social Democratic Populist Party (SHP)
SWIKlaus JacobiState Secretary or Foreign Affairs
AUSPeter Jankowitsch* Chairman, Committee on Foreign Relations, Austrian National Assembly; Former Minister for Foreign Affairs
USA Vernon E. Jordan, Jr.* Partner, Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld (Attorneys-at-Law); Former President, National Urban League
USADavid T. Kearns Chairman, Xerox Corporation
FRAClaude de Kemoularia Senior Adviser, Groupe Paribas; Chairman, Paribas Nederland; Former Ambassador to the Netherlands and Chief Representative to the United Nations
USAHenry A. Kissinger* Former Secretary of State; Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc.
UKAndrew Knight* Executive Chairman, News International
SWIAlex Krauer* Chairman and Managing Director, Ciba-Geigy Limited
FRAMarc Ladreit de Lacharriere* Director and First Executive Vice President, L’Oreal
UKNigel LawsonMember of Parliament; Former Chancellor of the Exchequer
BELWilfried MartensPrime Minister
USACharles McC. Mathias* Partner, Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue; Former U.S. Senator (Republican, Maryland)
FRGAndreas Meyer-Landrut State Secretary, Office of the Federal Parliament
USAGertrude G. Michelson Senior Vice President, External Affairs, R.H. Macy & Co., Inc.
FRAThierry de Montbrial* Director, French Institute of International Relations; Professor of Economics, Ecole Polytechnique
ITAMario Monti* Rector and Professor of Economics, Bocconi University, Milan
FRAPierre Morel Representative to the Conference on Disarmament, Geneva
NETHH.M. The Queen of the Netherlands
USANorman Pearlstine Managing Editor, “The Wall Street Journal”
CANDavid R. PetersonPremier of Ontario
ITARomano Prodi Chairman of the Scientific Committee, NOMISMA
USALee R. Raymond President, Exxon Corporation
USADavid Rockefeller ** Chairman, Chase Manhattan Bank International Advisory Committee
UKLord Roll of Ipsden** President, S.G. Warburg Group plc
NETHH. Onno Ruding Former Minister of Finance; Former Chairman of the Interim Committee, International Monetary Fund
ITARenato RuggieroMinister of Foreign Trade
USAJeffrey Sachs Galen L. Stone Professor of International Trade, Harvard University; Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research
DENOle ScherfigDirector of Companies
USARichard Schifter Assistant Secretary for Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs, Department of State
SWIWolfgang Schurer Chairman, MS Management Service AG
FRAPhilippe SeguinDeputy to the National Assembly; Mayor of Epinal; Former Minister of Social Affairs and Employment
SPANarcis SerraMinister of Defence
USAJohn S. R. Shad Chairman, Drexel Burnham Lambert Group
USAJack Sheinkman President, Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union, AFL-CIO, CLC
NETHMarjanne Sint President, Dutch Labour Party (PvdA)
FRGTheo Sommer Editor-in-Chief, “Die Zeit”
USAGeorge Soros President, Soros Fund Management
FINKalevi SorsaSpeaker of the Parliament; Former Prime Minister
SPAH.M. The Queen of Spain
USARobert S. Strauss Partner, Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld (Attorneys-at-Law)
USAJohn H. SununuChief of Staff to the President
IREPeter D. Sutherland Former Member, Commission of the European Communities; Chairman, Allied Irish Banks Group
AUSJosef Taus Member of the National Assembly (OVP); Member of the Board, Management Trust Holding AG
FRGHorst Teltschik Head of the Directorate-General for Foreign and Intra-German Relations Development Policy and External Security, Federal Chancellery
USAFranklin A. Thomas President, The Ford Foundation
SWEBertil Torekull Editor-in-Chief, “Svenska Dagbladet”
USAThe Vice President of the United States
BELAlfons Verplaetse Governor, National Bank of Belgium
FRAPhilippe Villin Vice-President du Directoire et Directeur General, “Figaro;” President Directeur General, “France-Soir”
AUSFranz VranitzkyFederal Chancellor
UKWilliam A. WaldegraveMinister of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs
NOR Niels Werring, Jr.* Chairman of the Board, Wilh. Wilhelmsen Limited A/S
USAJohn C. Whitehead*Former Deputy Secretary of State
DENNils Wilhjelm President, Industrial Mortgage Fund; Former Minister of Industry
USALynn R. Williams* International President, United Steelworkers of America
USAJames D. Wolfensohn* President, James D. Wolfensohn, Inc.
NETHKarel van WolferenPublicist
FRGOtto Wolff von Amerongen** Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Otto Wolff A.G.
USAPaul WolfowitzUnder Secretary of Defense for Policy
INTManfred WornerSecretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization
SPAJuan A. Yanez-Barnuevo Director, Department of International Affairs of the Office of the Prime Minister
TURMesut YilmazFormer Minister for Foreign Affairs
ITAPaolo Zannoni* Senior Vice President, Defence and Space, Fiat S.p.A.
GREConstantine D. ZeposPermament Representative of Greece to the United Nations
OBSERVER:
NETHH.R.H. The Prince of Orange
RAPPORTEUR:
USAGrant F. WinthropPartner, Milbank Wilson Winthrop, Inc.
IN ATTENDANCE:
NETHSaskia ten Asbroek Executive Secretary, Bilderberg Meetings
FRGGunther F. W. Dicke First Vice President, Deutsche Bank AG; Organizer, 1991 Conference
USACharles W. Muller President, Murden and Company; Adviser, American Friends of Bilderberg, Inc.

* Member of the Steering Committee
** Member of the Advisory Group

Agenda

May 11-13, 1990 – Rockefeller owned hotel, Glen Cove, New York, USA

I. The new Soviet (Dis)Union

II. Strategy issues

III. Economic relations with Eastern Europe

IV. Can Western values be applied universally?

V. Germany

VI. The future of NATO and the European Community

VII. Japan: political changes

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