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International Security Policy in the Global Work of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

In our work throughout the world – in Latin America as well as Asia, Europe, Africa and North America – we have found that security-related deliberations are becoming more relevant. It is thus no longer adequate to consider development cooperation purely in terms of combating poverty. more…

May 13, 2015

KAS International 1/2015 - English edition

April 2015 edition of KAS International more…

May 5, 2015

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How populist EU opponents influence national politics

The European elections of May 2014 turned into a triumph for parties hostile or sceptical towards the EU. Their influence increased not only in the European Parliament but also at home. more…

Karsten Grabow, Nico Lange | Facts & Findings | April 27, 2015

The Perception of Germany's 'Energiewende' in Emerging Countries

Part 2 - Results of Qualitative Interviews with Experts in Russia and India

This study examining how Russia and India perceive Germany's 'Energiewende' (energy transition) is the culmination of a two-part research series commissioned by KAS. Aiming to identify the impact of Germany's Energiewende on international development policy, KAS decided to analyse the group of emerging countries known as the BRICS - Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. more…

April 1, 2015

Climate Report 2014

Energy Security and Climate Change Worldwide

The effects of climate change are already visible and will become more apparent in the coming years. This makes it all the more pressing to forge political solutions that have a global reach and address the different stages of development, while at the same time being effective at a local level. Unfortunately, recent years have shown the considerable difficulties involved in reaching multilateral agreement within the United Nations, despite of the efforts of energy pioneers, such as the European Union. The next steps of this will become clear in the coming months. more…

April 1, 2015