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Post-Wall Europe needs to become “Europe for all”

State of Europe with Herman Van Rompuy

24 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, European Council President Herman Van Rompuy expressed in Berlin his concerns over the challenges Europe is facing today. In front of 600 invited people at the Allianz Forum in Berlin, Van Rompuy warned against growing populism on the European continent and the rising of distrust. “Populism and nationalism cannot provide the answer to the challenges of our time”. more…

Event Reports | November 9, 2013

Short Film Script Competition

How to explain the concept of "Social Market Economy" to young people

The X. International KAS Summer Academy in Klaipeda focused on the concept of the Social Market Economy as a response to the global financial and economic crisis. more…

Event Reports | August 31, 2011

Reforms and Social Changes in German society as an Outcome of the Crisis

The presentation shows how Germany was dealing with the global financial and economic crisis. more…

Mark Hauptmann | July 29, 2011

Van Rompuy encourages Europe

800 citizens listen to the first „State of Europe“ address at the Pergamon Museum in Berlin

„Today, Europe’s 500 million citizens have the foundation on which to build a better Europe in the future,” said Herman Van Rompuy, President of the European Council in the first „State of Europe“ address. Van Rompuy used this address to promote a confident and strong Europe in front of an audience of 800 citizens at the historic Pergamon Museum in Berlin. more…

Event Reports | November 9, 2010

German Chancellor Dr. Angela Merkel visits Lithuania

On the 6th of September German Chancellor Dr. Angela Merkel visited Lithuania on the invitation of Lithuanian State President Dalia Grybauskaitė. Previously the visit of German Chancellor had to take place in the beginning of June, during the BDF and the CBSS Summits. German Chancellor Angela Merkel had to cancel her visit in June because of the resignation of the German State President Horst Köhler (Publication in German). more…

Andreas Michael Klein, Rita Lapinienė | Country Reports | September 7, 2010