The photo exhibition “Freedom for the Baltic States. Writings by Latvians on the Berlin Wall”, can be visited at the Museum of the Occupation of Latvia starting from the 2. of July 2015.
The year 2014 saw a change in the way Germany was perceived as a foreign policy actor. The crisis in Ukraine and the EU’s relationship with Russia, but also the instability in the Southern Neighbourhood has put Europe under intense pressure.
Our new report "A sustainable Arctic: Precondition, pitfalls and potentials" has been released!
The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung is active in the Baltic States since the beginning of independence movements in late 1980-ies. Since 1993 we are represented with our regional offices in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
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Reading of Valentina Freimane's "Adieu Atlantis"
White Nights Workshop on 4 & 5 June 2015, The Finnish Institute of International Affairs, Helsinki.
Seminar and panel discussion, Friday 5.6.2015 at 09:00-11:00, Finnish Institute of International Affairs, Helsinki
On Thursday, November 5, 2014, the Latvian Parliament (Saeima) with 61 votes in favor and 31 votes against approved the new government led by Laimdota Straujuma and her center-right party Vienotība. Vienotība managed to retain [...]
More of the Same, Please
Parliamentary elections in Latvia have always been the central event of the political life. The country has no directly elected president, nor upper chamber, or federal parliaments. It means that the power is concentrated in the [...]