Publications

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Spreading the Movement’s Message: Women’s Activism in the Islamic Movement in Israel

Inbal Tal

“Spreading the Movement’s Message: Women’s Activism in the Islamic Movement in Israel” is a groundbreaking research into the extensive involvement of women in institutions and organizations affiliated with the Islamic Movement in Israel. more…

March 17, 2016

Is Seeing the Same as Understanding? Perspectives on Israel and the Holy Land

German-Jewish Student Trip to Israel

Experiencing Israel and Jewish culture, discovering similarities and changing perspective – these were the goals that the scholarship recipients of the Konrad Adenauer Institute (KAS) and the Ernst Ludwig Ehrlich Student Foundation (ELES) had in mind during their week in Israel. This educational program, titled “Is Seeing the Same as Understanding? Perspectives on Israel and the Region” brought many to the conclusion that there are no simple solutions for the Middle East. more…

Event Reports | March 14, 2016

Study: A difficult nexus of relationships?

A comprehensive view of the USA, Germany, Israel and the Palestinian Territories

With this study, the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and its offices in Israel, the United States and the Palestinian Territories draw on the success of its examination “the Holy Land and the Germans” which was presented in January 2015 on the anniversary year of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Israel and Germany and it received wide publicity in the media and in academic discussions in both countries. This new survey provides the opportunity to draw on insights from the data which were compiled in December 2014 and to detect new developments on the basis of this more…

March 13, 2016

Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung among top 10 of Western Europe’s best think tanks

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung has been ranked by the current “2015 Go To Think Tanks Report” among the 10 best West European think tanks. more…

February 24, 2016

From the Barcelona Process to the Arab Spring: The Role of Emotions in the EU Migration Policy towards the Mediterranean

Working paper by Emmanuelle Blanc

Since the 1990s, the issue of migration has gained in importance in the framework of Euro-Mediterranean relations. Over time, EU policy has progressively shifted from a “normative-comprehensive” toolbox aiming at tackling the root causes of migration through development aid, towards a more restrictive control-oriented toolbox (including practices of policing, surveillance and semi-militarized measures) designed to put an immediate stop to migration flows to Europe. more…

February 18, 2016