Country Reports

A Breakthrough at Long Last? On the Revival of the Israeli–Palestinian Joint Water Committee

International Reports, Issue 3 | 2017

In the latest issue of the KAS Journal "International Reports", Marc Frings and Johannes Lutz take a closer look at the recent resurgence of the Israeli-Palestinian Joint Water Committee more…

Marc Frings, Johannes Lutz | October 20, 2017

A prisoner as a beacon of hope?

Interview with Fadwa Barghouti

The Fatah politician Marwan Barghouti has been jailed in Israel for the last 15 years. His wife, Fadwa Barghouti, explains how he views the current state of affairs in Palestine. more…

Marc Frings, Abeer Zaghari | April 13, 2017

Radical Militant Groups and the Rule of Law in the Middle East

Conference Report

As a cooperation initiative between the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung’s regional Rule of Law program for the Middle East and North Africa and the KAS Ramallah office, a conference was organized to bring together experts from the Middle East and Europe to discuss the state of Rule of Law in the Middle East and how it has been affected by the emergence and recent growth of radical militant groups in the region. more…

Adrieh Abou Shehadeh, André Sleiman, Peter Rimmele, Dr. Hans Maria Heyn | May 11, 2015

Press Release Palestinian Public Opinion Poll Nr. 54

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Ramallah conducts in cooperation with the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PSR) four times a year Opinion Polls in the Westbank and in the Gaza Strip, which ask about the daily life, political views and the future of the Palestinian Territories. The newest Poll was conducted between December 3-6. more…

December 9, 2014

Media and Press Freedom in the Palestinian Territories

(in German)

The media landscape in the Palestinian Territories is surprisingly manifold. TV and radio broadcasting as well as print media enjoy great popularity. But despite an existing legal foundation, the working conditions for journalists remain challenging. Media and press freedom have particularly been under pressure in 2014, as recent data shows. The country report at hand is trying to shed light on the recent developments. more…

Dr. Hans Maria Heyn, Bastian Schroeder | November 25, 2014


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The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung is represented with its own office in around 70 countries on five continents. The foreign employees can give first-hand reports on current happenings and long-term developments in their respective countries. Their "country reports" offer visitors to the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung exclusive evaluations, background information and forecasts.