Britain on the margins
Joined workshop KAS - European Council on Foreign Relations and German Marshall Fund discussing strategic and economic scenarios of Britains EU-Membership
German - British Finanzexpert Meeting
During the 5th German - British Economy and Finance Conference in Cadenabbia experts discussed issues such as banking union, currency race, competitivness and global trade.
Germany and Great Britain in the EU
Political debate at the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham about UK's and Germanys role in the EU with Jens Spahn (CDU MP), Kenneth Clarke MP, Neil Carmichael MP, KAtja Hall (CBI) and Petros Fassoulas (EM)
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.
|Oct. 24 - 26
Creating a Positive Dialogue on the UK and Europe
Can Green Growth be a New Narrative to Unblock a Climate Deal?
UK and Germany: Contrasts and Similarities
The third and final event in our series for 2014 focussed on the different approaches adopted in the UK and Germany to the labour market.
The annual expert group met in Cadenabbia, Italy from 9th to 12th October 2014. The meeting addressed several topics at the top of the financial and economic agenda in Europe.
The Ukraine crisis is intensifying the long-standing debate about the security of Europe’s energy supplies. On a geopolitical level, the EU’s energy interests to the east, south, and southeast are gaining salience. The idea of a [...]