Irish Press

Kenny says stability would be the best outcome from Brexit

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has said the best outcome to the Brexit negotiations would be one “as close as possible to the current status quo”. “If the United Kingdom has access to the single market it must agree to free movement of people which is one of the four fundamental principles of the EU,” he said more…

KAS UK & Federal Trust

German and British perspectives on Brexit

You are cordially invited to the joint seminar with the Federal Trust, which will examine the impact of Brexit on Anglo-German relations. There will be a discussion of what contribution Brexit has had or will have on the shaping of Anglo-German relations. more…

Centre for European Reform

Theresa May and her six-pack of difficult deals

Britain’s exit from the EU will require not just a single deal, but at least six interlocking sets of negotiations. If the British government wants the talks to run smoothly, it will need to earn the goodwill not only of the countries in the EU, but also of those in the World Trade Organisation (WTO). more…



The cooperation with the United Kingdom and Ireland has been of great importance for the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung since it established an office in London in 1981. Politically, the United Kingdom, as well as Ireland, are important partners of Germany. Therefore our aim is to strengthen and deepen these close relationships.



Sep. 27


Book Presentation

Book launch and panel discussion with Dr. Hans-Gert Pöttering

Europe’s values – Europe’s future

Sep. 29

German and British perspectives on Brexit

KAS UK & Federal Trust

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Previous events

Sep. 22

The Future of Fossil Fuels in the Era of Climate Change

EUCERS/ISD/KAS Energy Talks 2016

May 31

“The UK after the EU Referendum: Scenarios”

KAS UK & Federal Trust


The Gulf Region and the Future of Oil

EUCERS/KAS/ISD Energy Talks 2016

Yesterday, we held the third event in this year's energy security workshop series, organised in cooperation with EUCERS & ISD. The well-attended discussion brought together regional and topic experts to explore the future of oil [...] more…

“German Perspectives on the British EU Referendum”

KAS UK, GPI & Federal Trust

On 7 April 2016, a panel discussion organised by the Federal Trust, Global Policy Institute and the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung UK and Ireland office took place in London. The well-attended event centred around German perspective on [...] more…

Background: The Future of Oil Prices – How low, how long?

EUCERS/ISD/KAS Energy Talks 2016

Oil prices have fluctuated by over $100/barrel in the span of a decade: $50/barrel in January 2007, $147 in July 2008, $30 in December 2008, $123 in March 2013, $40 in August 2015. The last downturn was triggered in 2014 by [...] more…

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