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May 19, 2016

Irish Press

Anglo Irish relations could suffer if Britain votes for Brexit

The British Ambassador to Ireland, Dominick Chilcott, has this week warned that the special relationship between Ireland and the UK could be put in jeopardy if Britain votes to leave the European Union. Click below to read more on this week's Irish press. more…

May 10, 2016

EU Referendum

PM speech on the UK's strength and security in the EU

This week, Prime Minister David Cameron set out what the UK’s European Union membership means for British strength and security in the world in a speech at the British Museum. more…

May 6, 2016

Event Report

Brexit: Welche Herausforderungen für Europa und Großbritannien?

This week, KAS UK and Ireland director, Hans Blomeier, was a panelist at an event in Paris - "Brexit: Welche Herausforderungen for Europa and Grossbritannien" - organised by KAS France. more…

May 4, 2016

Irish Press

Fine Gael Minority Government agreement reached

Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil have published their historic agreement on how the State will be governed for the next three years, with each party making significant concessions. more…

May 3, 2016


Why Vote? Bring your questions on the EU Referendum

Join European Movement in Scotland, Edinburgh University European Union Society (EUEUS) and KAS UK & Ireland at this public event on the EU Referendum. We will be joined by a panel of experts who, between them, will answer questions on the EU Referendum. more…

April 29, 2016

EU Referendum

Brexit: The economic outlook

This week the focus has been on the potential economic prospects of a post-Brexit UK, with the IMF, OECD and HM Treasury all coming to the conclusion that the UK economy and individual households would be worse off outside of the EU. Yesterday, "Economists for Brexit", a group of eight economists, published their report claiming that the economy would be better off. To read more on the economy and Brexit, click here. more…

April 28, 2016

Irish Press

Minority government deal on the horizon

Fianna Fáil appear willing to commit to allowing Fine Gael to introduce three budgets as part of a deal to allow a minority government to take office. Under the terms of the deal, an expert commission will be established to examine the question of national water. more…

April 25, 2016

Analysis & Arguments

Early Crisis Indication: What does Germany need to be prepared for?

Globalisation, digitisation and a fundamentally changed international environment not only affect German foreign and security policy, but also domestic policy. In the face of escalating world crises, Germany needs to pursue rapid systems for conflict management, as well as for effective conflict resolution and prevention. more…

April 21, 2016
HM Queen in Coleraine - Northern Ireland Office

Happy Birthday to HM The Queen

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung United Kingdom and Ireland office would like to wish Her Majesty The Queen a very happy 90th birthday!

April 21, 2016
The Future of Oil Prices – How low, how long? - Panelists

EUCERS/ISD/KAS Energy Talks 2016

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

Yesterday, we were joined by a highly distinguished panel to discuss the future of oil prices. On the panel were Professor Dr Friedbert Pflüger (EUCERS), Hans-Hartwig Blomeier (KAS), Paul Appleby (BP), Marina Petroleka (BMI Research), Peter Parry (Bain & Company) and Jose Bolanos (EUCERS).