Relations with Japan, Europe and the USSR
Traditionally off the record this time the assembly talked about U.S. interests in the 1990's regarding Managing the Global Economy. The focus of this panel was U.S. relations with Japan and Europe.
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Richard N. Gardner Professor Columbia University
Robert D. Hormats Vice Chairman Goldman Sachs
- Karen Elliott House Vice President International Dow Jones and Co.
- Peter Jones Professor University of California, Berkeley
Joseph S. Nye Jr. Director Harvard University->Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs
- William Reinsch Legislative Assistant
- Herbert Salzman Partner Bradford Associates
Richard H. Solomon Assistant Secretary Department of State->East Asian and Pacific Affairs
- Charles Wolf Dean RAND Graduate School
Alan Wolff Attorney
- Tadashi Yamamoto President Japan Center for Intl. Exchange
Robert McNamara Secretary (Former) Department of Defense
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