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Your DU Ticket to the "World Economic Forum/Davos" right here ONLINE!
Edited on Fri Jan-28-05 08:17 PM by KoKo01
For us DU'ers who felt left out of the WEF at Davos because we aren't "highrollers and politically connected" here's a list of the topics discussed and a link to the website which give a summary of what was discussed and who attended.

Bill and Hillary, Stephanopolis, Gergen and many other media folks. Plus the Business Leaders and other "movers and shakers" were there.

But if you want to know what they talked about...it's here, free and all by the click of a mouse we can be safe inside and not have "jet lag" and have to spend all that money to attend. They put it online.

We missed the socializing and the hobnobbing with the powerful...but hey..if we want to know what they are doing...at least they made it OPEN and not like the Bushies...undercover and top secret. Their three day programs sounds like topics we discuss on DU all the time. :D

Here's the topics and the link to the website for the summaries:
Date Title


26 Jan 2005
09.00 Update 2005: China


26 Jan 2005
09.00 Update 2005: Climate Change


26 Jan 2005
09.00 Update 2005: Global Economy


26 Jan 2005
09.00 Update 2005: Islam


26 Jan 2005
09.00 Update 2005: Poverty


26 Jan 2005
09.00 Update 2005: Weapons of Mass Destruction


26 Jan 2005
10.45 Update 2005: Equitable Globalization


26 Jan 2005
10.45 Update 2005: Europe


26 Jan 2005
10.45 Update 2005: Global Governance


26 Jan 2005
10.45 Update 2005: Middle East


26 Jan 2005
10.45 Update 2005: US Leadership


26 Jan 2005
10.45 Update 2005: World Trade


26 Jan 2005
13.00 Town Hall Meeting: Setting Priorities


26 Jan 2005
16.45 Special Message


26 Jan 2005
18.45 Special Address


26 Jan 2005
20.30 "Healthy" Priorities for the Media


26 Jan 2005
20.30 A New Market Prescription for New Drugs


26 Jan 2005
20.30 Blessed Are the (Non-Traditional) Peacemakers


26 Jan 2005
20.30 Cool in Asia


26 Jan 2005
20.30 Five Science Ideas to Change the World


26 Jan 2005
20.30 From Conflict to the Classroom


26 Jan 2005
20.30 Lest We Forget the Lessons of WWII


26 Jan 2005
20.30 Migration and Cultural Authenticity


26 Jan 2005
20.30 Nurturing Early Stage Investment in China


26 Jan 2005
20.30 Redefining Success


26 Jan 2005
20.30 The Price of Plug and Play


26 Jan 2005
20.30 To Travel or Not to Travel?


26 Jan 2005
20.30 What Makes Us Human?


26 Jan 2005
20.30 Why Rich Countries Can't Buy Happiness


26 Jan 2005
20.30 Will Income Disparities Always Be with Us?


27 Jan 2005
08.15 How to Tap the Bottom of the Pyramid


27 Jan 2005
08.30 A Celebration of Faith


27 Jan 2005
08.30 One Economy, Many Risks


27 Jan 2005
08.30 Tough Choices in Business


27 Jan 2005
09.00 Balancing Global Competition and National Regulation


27 Jan 2005
09.00 Spotting the Next Bubble Before It Bursts


27 Jan 2005
09.45 Building the Global Workforce


27 Jan 2005
09.45 Does Business Have a Noble Purpose?


27 Jan 2005
09.45 Is the Great Disruption Coming?


27 Jan 2005
09.45 Marketing AIDS


27 Jan 2005
09.45 Preparing for the Next Global Health Panic


27 Jan 2005
09.45 Solar Flight


27 Jan 2005
09.45 Strengthening the Visible Hand


27 Jan 2005
09.45 The Smarts behind Smart Sensors


27 Jan 2005
11.00 The G-8 and Africa: Rhetoric or Action?


27 Jan 2005
12.15 Introducing the Open Forum 2005


27 Jan 2005
12.30 Does Respecting Human Rights Pay?


27 Jan 2005
12.30 Foresight on Tough Issues


27 Jan 2005
12.30 The Power of One


27 Jan 2005
12.45 Are Leaders Really Listening to the People?


27 Jan 2005
12.45 Argentina's Latest Tango


27 Jan 2005
12.45 Art Inc.


27 Jan 2005
12.45 Competing for Africa's Talent


27 Jan 2005
12.45 Defining Civil Society, Once and For All


27 Jan 2005
12.45 Does God Love Democracy?


27 Jan 2005
12.45 Egypt: Fresh Hopes, Old Challenges


27 Jan 2005
12.45 Environment: Current Trends and Emerging Issues


27 Jan 2005
12.45 Is Cancer Unstoppable?


27 Jan 2005
12.45 Learning to Think Small


27 Jan 2005
12.45 The Best Places to Do Business


27 Jan 2005
12.45 The Impact of Broadband


27 Jan 2005
12.45 The UT Revolution


27 Jan 2005
12.45 What Does It Mean to Be Chinese?


27 Jan 2005
15.15 Africa 2020: A Continent Reborn


27 Jan 2005
15.15 Alternative Futures: What Can the World Look Like in 2025...


27 Jan 2005
15.15 Biological Threats to Societies


27 Jan 2005
15.15 Breakthrough Ideas for 2005


27 Jan 2005
15.15 Climate Change: The New Political Landscape


27 Jan 2005
15.15 Dreams Can Come True!


27 Jan 2005
15.15 Getting the Millennium Development Goals Back on Track


27 Jan 2005
15.15 Is the WTO's Tenth Birthday Worth Celebrating?


27 Jan 2005
15.15 Local Stars Are Born, Global Stars Are Made


27 Jan 2005
15.15 The Art of Possibility


27 Jan 2005
15.15 The State of the Oceans


27 Jan 2005
16.15 Are We Close to an Unbreakable Code?


27 Jan 2005
17.00 Modernization without Westernization


27 Jan 2005
17.00 Will Democracy Survive the Media?


27 Jan 2005
17.15 Climate Change: Understanding the Science, Dealing with t...


27 Jan 2005
18.30 Must We Call a Revolution for Children?


27 Jan 2005
18.30 Special Message


27 Jan 2005
20.00 Reinvent Yourself


27 Jan 2005
20.30 Can Artists Still Change the World?


27 Jan 2005
20.30 Dangerous Ideas


27 Jan 2005
20.30 Great Economies Need Great Universities


27 Jan 2005
20.30 Has Brand America Caught a Transatlantic Chill?


27 Jan 2005
20.30 Killer Tomatoes and Other Cautionary Tales


27 Jan 2005
20.30 Reforms in the Arab World: From Vision to Action


27 Jan 2005
20.30 Sex on the Brain


27 Jan 2005
20.30 The Case of the Killer Cubicle


27 Jan 2005
20.30 The Economics of Populism


27 Jan 2005
20.30 Welcome to the Blogopolis


27 Jan 2005
20.30 Who Leads Europe?


27 Jan 2005
20.30 Who Pays for a Weak Dollar?


28 Jan 2005
09.00 Latin America 2020: Securing Prosperity for the Many


28 Jan 2005
09.00 USA in the World 2020: Still Number One?


28 Jan 2005
09.30 Special Message


28 Jan 2005
10.00 Has Japan Recovered?


28 Jan 2005
10.00 Is the Peace Process Poised for a Resurrection?


28 Jan 2005
11.00 Never Mind PDAs -- How About Your Own Personal Machine To...


28 Jan 2005
11.20 America's House Divided


28 Jan 2005
11.20 Changing Landscapes for Human Rights


28 Jan 2005
11.20 Defusing the Public Debt Bomb of the Emerging Markets


28 Jan 2005
11.20 Leading through the Pain of Reform


28 Jan 2005
11.20 Playing the Corporate Numbers Game


28 Jan 2005
11.45 Middle East 2020: Island of Wealth and Opportunity


28 Jan 2005
12.15 Women and the World in 2020


28 Jan 2005
12.30 Addressing the Role of the United States in World Affairs


28 Jan 2005
12.30 BBC World Debate: Rebranding US Global Relations


28 Jan 2005
12.45 Asia's New Multinationals


28 Jan 2005
12.45 Capital for Development


28 Jan 2005
12.45 Hate's New Medium


28 Jan 2005
12.45 Hedge Fund Fever Heats Up


28 Jan 2005
12.45 India's Bigger, Better Business Horizons


28 Jan 2005
12.45 Is Private Equity Changing the Rules of the Game?


28 Jan 2005
12.45 Libya's Wind of Change


28 Jan 2005
12.45 Making Trade Work for Africa


28 Jan 2005
12.45 Microcredit Grows Up


28 Jan 2005
12.45 Organics of the World, Unite!


28 Jan 2005
12.45 Outsourcing's Changing Global Map


28 Jan 2005
12.45 Private Pensions -- As Goes Chile, So Goes the World?


28 Jan 2005
12.45 The Economic Implications of Ageing


28 Jan 2005
12.45 The Future of the Secular Crescent


28 Jan 2005
12.45 The Ultimate Executive Curriculum


28 Jan 2005
12.45 Those Exchange Rates Again


28 Jan 2005
12.45 What Direction for Germany?


28 Jan 2005
12.45 What Will It Take to Wake South America's Sleeping Giant?


28 Jan 2005
12.45 When Companies Become Hostages


28 Jan 2005
12.45 When Families Sell Out


28 Jan 2005
12.45 Who Picks Up After Insurance Companies?


28 Jan 2005
12.45 Why Can't Europe Create Jobs?


28 Jan 2005
15.15 A Better Way to Forecast Risk


28 Jan 2005
15.15 A View from the Hill on US Foreign Policy in Bush II


28 Jan 2005
15.15 Building the Great Company


28 Jan 2005
15.15 Europe 2020: Dressing Up for the Occasion


28 Jan 2005
15.15 How Responsible Is Responsible Enough?


28 Jan 2005
15.15 Knowing Your Own Mind


28 Jan 2005
15.15 Living a Little Too Large


28 Jan 2005
15.15 Partnering against Corruption


28 Jan 2005
15.15 Stability on the African Continent: The Case of the Democ...


28 Jan 2005
15.15 Taking the Byte Out of Complexity


28 Jan 2005
15.15 The Russian Riddle


28 Jan 2005
15.30 Post-Tsunami Aid: What Is Human Life Worth?


28 Jan 2005
16.15 Are Zoonotic Diseases as Scary as They Sound?


28 Jan 2005
16.45 Are the Rich (Still) Getting Richer and the Poor Poorer?


28 Jan 2005
16.45 Are Your Oil and Gas Supplies Secure?


28 Jan 2005
16.45 Funding the War on Poverty


28 Jan 2005
16.45 How to Make Global Outsourcing Work


28 Jan 2005
16.45 Small Customers, Big Business


28 Jan 2005
16.45 Still Dreaming of 1.3 Billion Chinese Consumers


28 Jan 2005
17.15 Who's the Greenest of Them All?


28 Jan 2005
18.00 Special Message


28 Jan 2005
18.30 Shareholders and Consumers: What Power Do You Hold?


28 Jan 2005
18.45 Special Message


28 Jan 2005
19.00 Special Message


28 Jan 2005
20.00 Found in Translation


28 Jan 2005
20.30 Asia's New Balancing Act


28 Jan 2005
20.30 Can the English Language's Monopoly Be Broken?


28 Jan 2005
20.30 Cena Iberoamericana: Which Way Now?


28 Jan 2005
20.30 Enjoy Your Midlife Crisis -- at 75


28 Jan 2005
20.30 Getting the Most Out of the Networked Economy


28 Jan 2005
20.30 Iran in the World


28 Jan 2005
20.30 Life Sciences: Getting Over GMOs


28 Jan 2005
20.30 Mobilizing a Disenchanted Workforce


28 Jan 2005
20.30 Saudi Arabia's Deepest Challenge


28 Jan 2005
20.30 Supercomputing: Feel the Need for Speed?


28 Jan 2005
20.30 The Unholy Alliance between Media and Extremists


28 Jan 2005
20.30 To Manage Risk, Master Intelligence


28 Jan 2005
20.30 Using Private Resources to Deliver Public Good


28 Jan 2005
20.30 Where Is Russia Heading?


28 Jan 2005
21.00 CNN Connects: Freedom to Choose


29 Jan 2005
08.30 Disengagement from Gaza: Building Momentum for a Permanen...


29 Jan 2005
09.00 Climate Change: How Will Business Meet the Challenge?


29 Jan 2005
09.00 How Will You Shop Tomorrow?


29 Jan 2005
09.00 India and the World in 2025


29 Jan 2005
09.00 Keeping the Global Economy Growing


29 Jan 2005
09.00 Learning to Live with Record Oil Prices


29 Jan 2005
09.00 What Lies Ahead for Iraq?


29 Jan 2005
10.15 Special Message


29 Jan 2005
11.15 A Reality Check on the US Economic Recovery


29 Jan 2005
11.15 How Corporations Respond to Disasters


29 Jan 2005
11.15 Is Responsible Investment About to Pay Off?


29 Jan 2005
11.15 Outlook on Terrorism in 2005


29 Jan 2005
11.15 Stopping Healthcare's Spending Epidemic


29 Jan 2005
11.15 Why Do You Think They Call It Innovation?


29 Jan 2005
12.00 Assembling Complexity: Moving from Tough Issues to Effect...


29 Jan 2005
12.00 Betting on the Technology Most Likely to Succeed


29 Jan 2005
12.30 Has Switzerland Gone from Role Model to Average State?


29 Jan 2005
12.30 Special Message


29 Jan 2005
15.00 A More Demanding Boardroom


29 Jan 2005
15.00 Plotting a New Course for the Transatlantic Partnership


29 Jan 2005
15.00 Putting Public-Private Partnerships into Practice


29 Jan 2005
15.15 A Failing Grade on Failed States


29 Jan 2005
15.15 Competing for the World's Resources


29 Jan 2005
15.15 Is Politics to Blame for the Rift between the West and Is...


29 Jan 2005
15.15 Leading the Great Company


29 Jan 2005
15.15 Managing the Chinese Economy's Pressure Points


29 Jan 2005
15.15 Putting the "Non-" Back into Non-Proliferation


29 Jan 2005
17.00 Are Stem Cells Silver Bullets?


29 Jan 2005
17.00 Europe's Missing Engine of Growth


29 Jan 2005
17.00 Liquidity: Why Your Company Needs a Water Policy


29 Jan 2005
18.30 Entrepreneurship: The Key for Development?


30 Jan 2005
10.00 Closing Plenary: What We Should Do in 2005


30 Jan 2005
12.30 When Does the Economy Serve the People?


http://www.weforum.org/site/homepublic.nsf/Content/Annu...


Date Title

26 Jan 2005
09.00 Update 2005: China
26 Jan 2005
09.00 Update 2005: Climate Change


26 Jan 2005
09.00 Update 2005: Global Economy

26 Jan 2005
09.00 Update 2005: Islam

26 Jan 2005
09.00 Update 2005: Poverty

26 Jan 2005
09.00 Update 2005: Weapons of Mass Destruction


26 Jan 2005
10.45 Update 2005: Equitable Globalization

26 Jan 2005
10.45 Update 2005: Europe

26 Jan 2005
10.45 Update 2005: Global Governance

26 Jan 2005
10.45 Update 2005: Middle East

26 Jan 2005
10.45 Update 2005: US Leadership

26 Jan 2005
10.45 Update 2005: World Trade

26 Jan 2005
13.00 Town Hall Meeting: Setting Priorities

26 Jan 2005
16.45 Special Message

26 Jan 2005
18.45 Special Address

26 Jan 2005
20.30 "Healthy" Priorities for the Media

26 Jan 2005
20.30 A New Market Prescription for New Drugs

26 Jan 2005
20.30 Blessed Are the (Non-Traditional) Peacemakers

26 Jan 2005
20.30 Cool in Asia

26 Jan 2005
20.30 Five Science Ideas to Change the World


26 Jan 2005
20.30 From Conflict to the Classroom


26 Jan 2005
20.30 Lest We Forget the Lessons of WWII


26 Jan 2005
20.30 Migration and Cultural Authenticity


26 Jan 2005
20.30 Nurturing Early Stage Investment in China


26 Jan 2005
20.30 Redefining Success


26 Jan 2005
20.30 The Price of Plug and Play


26 Jan 2005
20.30 To Travel or Not to Travel?


26 Jan 2005
20.30 What Makes Us Human?


26 Jan 2005
20.30 Why Rich Countries Can't Buy Happiness


26 Jan 2005
20.30 Will Income Disparities Always Be with Us?


27 Jan 2005
08.15 How to Tap the Bottom of the Pyramid


27 Jan 2005
08.30 A Celebration of Faith


27 Jan 2005
08.30 One Economy, Many Risks


27 Jan 2005
08.30 Tough Choices in Business


27 Jan 2005
09.00 Balancing Global Competition and National Regulation


27 Jan 2005
09.00 Spotting the Next Bubble Before It Bursts


27 Jan 2005
09.45 Building the Global Workforce


27 Jan 2005
09.45 Does Business Have a Noble Purpose?


27 Jan 2005
09.45 Is the Great Disruption Coming?


27 Jan 2005
09.45 Marketing AIDS


27 Jan 2005
09.45 Preparing for the Next Global Health Panic

27 Jan 2005
09.45 Solar Flight

27 Jan 2005
09.45 Strengthening the Visible Hand

27 Jan 2005
09.45 The Smarts behind Smart Sensors

27 Jan 2005
11.00 The G-8 and Africa: Rhetoric or Action?

27 Jan 2005
12.15 Introducing the Open Forum 2005

27 Jan 2005
12.30 Does Respecting Human Rights Pay?

27 Jan 2005
12.30 Foresight on Tough Issues

27 Jan 2005
12.30 The Power of One

27 Jan 2005
12.45 Are Leaders Really Listening to the People?

27 Jan 2005
12.45 Argentina's Latest Tango

27 Jan 2005
12.45 Art Inc.

27 Jan 2005
12.45 Competing for Africa's Talent

27 Jan 2005
12.45 Defining Civil Society, Once and For All

27 Jan 2005
12.45 Does God Love Democracy?

27 Jan 2005
12.45 Egypt: Fresh Hopes, Old Challenges

27 Jan 2005
12.45 Environment: Current Trends and Emerging Issues

27 Jan 2005
12.45 Is Cancer Unstoppable?

27 Jan 2005
12.45 Learning to Think Small

27 Jan 2005
12.45 The Best Places to Do Business

27 Jan 2005
12.45 The Impact of Broadband

27 Jan 2005
12.45 The UT Revolution

27 Jan 2005
12.45 What Does It Mean to Be Chinese?

27 Jan 2005
15.15 Africa 2020: A Continent Reborn

27 Jan 2005
15.15 Alternative Futures: What Can the World Look Like in 2025...

27 Jan 2005
15.15 Biological Threats to Societies

27 Jan 2005
15.15 Breakthrough Ideas for 2005

27 Jan 2005
15.15 Climate Change: The New Political Landscape

27 Jan 2005
15.15 Dreams Can Come True!

27 Jan 2005
15.15 Getting the Millennium Development Goals Back on Track

27 Jan 2005
15.15 Is the WTO's Tenth Birthday Worth Celebrating?

27 Jan 2005
15.15 Local Stars Are Born, Global Stars Are Made

27 Jan 2005
15.15 The Art of Possibility

27 Jan 2005
15.15 The State of the Oceans

27 Jan 2005
16.15 Are We Close to an Unbreakable Code?

27 Jan 2005
17.00 Modernization without Westernization

27 Jan 2005
17.00 Will Democracy Survive the Media?

27 Jan 2005
17.15 Climate Change: Understanding the Science, Dealing with t...

27 Jan 2005
18.30 Must We Call a Revolution for Children?

27 Jan 2005
18.30 Special Message

27 Jan 2005
20.00 Reinvent Yourself

27 Jan 2005
20.30 Can Artists Still Change the World?

27 Jan 2005
20.30 Dangerous Ideas

27 Jan 2005
20.30 Great Economies Need Great Universities

27 Jan 2005
20.30 Has Brand America Caught a Transatlantic Chill?

27 Jan 2005
20.30 Killer Tomatoes and Other Cautionary Tales

27 Jan 2005
20.30 Reforms in the Arab World: From Vision to Action

27 Jan 2005
20.30 Sex on the Brain

27 Jan 2005
20.30 The Case of the Killer Cubicle

27 Jan 2005
20.30 The Economics of Populism

27 Jan 2005
20.30 Welcome to the Blogopolis

27 Jan 2005
20.30 Who Leads Europe?

27 Jan 2005
20.30 Who Pays for a Weak Dollar?

28 Jan 2005
09.00 Latin America 2020: Securing Prosperity for the Many

28 Jan 2005
09.00 USA in the World 2020: Still Number One?

28 Jan 2005
09.30 Special Message

28 Jan 2005
10.00 Has Japan Recovered?

28 Jan 2005
10.00 Is the Peace Process Poised for a Resurrection?

28 Jan 2005
11.00 Never Mind PDAs -- How About Your Own Personal Machine To...

28 Jan 2005
11.20 America's House Divided

28 Jan 2005
11.20 Changing Landscapes for Human Rights

28 Jan 2005
11.20 Defusing the Public Debt Bomb of the Emerging Markets

28 Jan 2005
11.20 Leading through the Pain of Reform

28 Jan 2005
11.20 Playing the Corporate Numbers Game

28 Jan 2005
11.45 Middle East 2020: Island of Wealth and Opportunity

28 Jan 2005
12.15 Women and the World in 2020

28 Jan 2005
12.30 Addressing the Role of the United States in World Affairs

28 Jan 2005
12.30 BBC World Debate: Rebranding US Global Relations

28 Jan 2005
12.45 Asia's New Multinationals

28 Jan 2005
12.45 Capital for Development

28 Jan 2005
12.45 Hate's New Medium


28 Jan 2005
12.45 Hedge Fund Fever Heats Up

28 Jan 2005
12.45 India's Bigger, Better Business Horizons

28 Jan 2005
12.45 Is Private Equity Changing the Rules of the Game?

28 Jan 2005
12.45 Libya's Wind of Change

28 Jan 2005
12.45 Making Trade Work for Africa

28 Jan 2005
12.45 Microcredit Grows Up

28 Jan 2005
12.45 Organics of the World, Unite!

28 Jan 2005
12.45 Outsourcing's Changing Global Map

28 Jan 2005
12.45 Private Pensions -- As Goes Chile, So Goes the World?

28 Jan 2005
12.45 The Economic Implications of Ageing

28 Jan 2005
12.45 The Future of the Secular Crescent

28 Jan 2005
12.45 The Ultimate Executive Curriculum

28 Jan 2005
12.45 Those Exchange Rates Again

28 Jan 2005
12.45 What Direction for Germany?

28 Jan 2005
12.45 What Will It Take to Wake South America's Sleeping Giant?

28 Jan 2005
12.45 When Companies Become Hostages

28 Jan 2005
12.45 When Families Sell Out

28 Jan 2005
12.45 Who Picks Up After Insurance Companies?

28 Jan 2005
12.45 Why Can't Europe Create Jobs?

28 Jan 2005
15.15 A Better Way to Forecast Risk

28 Jan 2005
15.15 A View from the Hill on US Foreign Policy in Bush II

28 Jan 2005
15.15 Building the Great Company

28 Jan 2005
15.15 Europe 2020: Dressing Up for the Occasion

28 Jan 2005
15.15 How Responsible Is Responsible Enough?

28 Jan 2005
15.15 Knowing Your Own Mind

28 Jan 2005
15.15 Living a Little Too Large

28 Jan 2005
15.15 Partnering against Corruption

28 Jan 2005
15.15 Stability on the African Continent: The Case of the Democ...

28 Jan 2005
15.15 Taking the Byte Out of Complexity

28 Jan 2005
15.15 The Russian Riddle

28 Jan 2005
15.30 Post-Tsunami Aid: What Is Human Life Worth?

28 Jan 2005
16.15 Are Zoonotic Diseases as Scary as They Sound?

28 Jan 2005
16.45 Are the Rich (Still) Getting Richer and the Poor Poorer?

28 Jan 2005
16.45 Are Your Oil and Gas Supplies Secure?

28 Jan 2005
16.45 Funding the War on Poverty

28 Jan 2005
16.45 How to Make Global Outsourcing Work

28 Jan 2005
16.45 Small Customers, Big Business

28 Jan 2005
16.45 Still Dreaming of 1.3 Billion Chinese Consumers

28 Jan 2005
17.15 Who's the Greenest of Them All?

28 Jan 2005
18.00 Special Message


28 Jan 2005
18.30 Shareholders and Consumers: What Power Do You Hold?


28 Jan 2005
18.45 Special Message


28 Jan 2005
19.00 Special Message


28 Jan 2005
20.00 Found in Translation


28 Jan 2005
20.30 Asia's New Balancing Act


28 Jan 2005
20.30 Can the English Language's Monopoly Be Broken?


28 Jan 2005
20.30 Cena Iberoamericana: Which Way Now?


28 Jan 2005
20.30 Enjoy Your Midlife Crisis -- at 75


28 Jan 2005
20.30 Getting the Most Out of the Networked Economy


28 Jan 2005
20.30 Iran in the World


28 Jan 2005
20.30 Life Sciences: Getting Over GMOs


28 Jan 2005
20.30 Mobilizing a Disenchanted Workforce


28 Jan 2005
20.30 Saudi Arabia's Deepest Challenge


28 Jan 2005
20.30 Supercomputing: Feel the Need for Speed?


28 Jan 2005
20.30 The Unholy Alliance between Media and Extremists


28 Jan 2005
20.30 To Manage Risk, Master Intelligence


28 Jan 2005
20.30 Using Private Resources to Deliver Public Good


28 Jan 2005
20.30 Where Is Russia Heading?


28 Jan 2005
21.00 CNN Connects: Freedom to Choose


29 Jan 2005
08.30 Disengagement from Gaza: Building Momentum for a Permanen...


29 Jan 2005
09.00 Climate Change: How Will Business Meet the Challenge?


29 Jan 2005
09.00 How Will You Shop Tomorrow?


29 Jan 2005
09.00 India and the World in 2025


29 Jan 2005
09.00 Keeping the Global Economy Growing


29 Jan 2005
09.00 Learning to Live with Record Oil Prices


29 Jan 2005
09.00 What Lies Ahead for Iraq?


29 Jan 2005
10.15 Special Message


29 Jan 2005
11.15 A Reality Check on the US Economic Recovery


29 Jan 2005
11.15 How Corporations Respond to Disasters


29 Jan 2005
11.15 Is Responsible Investment About to Pay Off?


29 Jan 2005
11.15 Outlook on Terrorism in 2005


29 Jan 2005
11.15 Stopping Healthcare's Spending Epidemic


29 Jan 2005
11.15 Why Do You Think They Call It Innovation?


29 Jan 2005
12.00 Assembling Complexity: Moving from Tough Issues to Effect...


29 Jan 2005
12.00 Betting on the Technology Most Likely to Succeed


29 Jan 2005
12.30 Has Switzerland Gone from Role Model to Average State?


29 Jan 2005
12.30 Special Message


29 Jan 2005
15.00 A More Demanding Boardroom


29 Jan 2005
15.00 Plotting a New Course for the Transatlantic Partnership


29 Jan 2005
15.00 Putting Public-Private Partnerships into Practice


29 Jan 2005
15.15 A Failing Grade on Failed States


29 Jan 2005
15.15 Competing for the World's Resources


29 Jan 2005
15.15 Is Politics to Blame for the Rift between the West and Is...


29 Jan 2005
15.15 Leading the Great Company


29 Jan 2005
15.15 Managing the Chinese Economy's Pressure Points


29 Jan 2005
15.15 Putting the "Non-" Back into Non-Proliferation


29 Jan 2005
17.00 Are Stem Cells Silver Bullets?


29 Jan 2005
17.00 Europe's Missing Engine of Growth


29 Jan 2005
17.00 Liquidity: Why Your Company Needs a Water Policy

29 Jan 2005
18.30 Entrepreneurship: The Key for Development?

30 Jan 2005
10.00 Closing Plenary: What We Should Do in 2005

30 Jan 2005
12.30 When Does the Economy Serve the People?



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