New country representative of KAS Korea
It is more than just the entrance hall that is shared by the KAS office Korea and the diplomatic mission of Portugal. It is the link between Europe and the Korean peninsula, that both work on. Ambassador Antonio Quinteiro Nobre has visited the KAS office to greet his new neighbor. Since early March, Stefan Samse is representing KAS in Seoul. Before being posted to Seoul, the lawyer has been working in Berlin`s Senate administration for Justice and Consumer Protection.
Farewell of Dr. Norbert Eschborn
Saenuri Secretary General praises KAS work in Korea
Hwang Jin Ha MP, Secretary General of South Korea's ruling conservative Saenuri party, paid tribute to the work of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in Korea. The foundation has enjoyed considerable reputation around the country and deserved Korea's credit for its work over almost 40 years, Hwang said. He also bade farewell to Dr. Norbert Eschborn, Resident Representative of KAS to Korea, whose term on the peninsula will come to an end after more than four years at the end of December.
25 Years of German Unity
Dr. Albin Nees, former Vice Minister for Social Affairs in the State of Saxony, and Thomas Kunz, Director General with the Thuringia Ministry of Justice, met with famous Korean columnist Kim Young-hie for a lenghty interview about their contributions to the rebuilding of the East German administration after 1990 including personal anecdotes. Both Nees and Kunz were in Korea as guests of KAS and spoke during a rule of law symposium in cooperation with the of the Korea University.
The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung is one of the political foundations of the Federal Republic of Germany. With its activities and projects, the Foundation realizes an active and substantial contribution to international cooperation and understanding. In the following we present the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and its activities in Korea.
The Legal, Economic, and Strategic Implications of China’s Artificial Island-building Projects for the South China Sea
Repercussions of the parliamentary election of April 13th
Fully bookedExperts' Meeting
Post-evaluation of the Parliamentary Election
On May 16, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and RINSA held their 6th joint conference at the Westin Chosun hotel in Seoul amid a wide diversity of panels and presentations. The key headlines were related to the growing threat of [...]
A week after the 20th parliamentary elections in South Korea, the KAS Korea Office invited representatives of the two major parties, Saenuri and Minjoo, as well as members of citizens’ initiatives to join an experts meeting to [...]
Six Decades of South Korean Unification Policy
The question of the quality of inter-Korean relations and the inevitably associated debate on the reunification of the two countries on the Korean Peninsula do not generally lead to escalations in everyday politics in South [...]
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