Publications

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Performance Indicators and Judicial Evaluation In Lebanon

A Dialogue Between the Judicial Superior Council and the Consultative Committees

The conference was organised with the support of the KAS (Regional Rule of Law program, Beirut). more…

Event Reports | May 26, 2014

Democratic Transitions and Constitutional Processes

Arabic and International Experiences Today in Comparative Perspective

In cooperation with the Lebanese Foundation for Permanent Civil Peace, the Rule of Law Programme Middle East / North Africa of the KAS organised a conference about democratic transitions and constitutional processes from a comparative perspective. more…

Event Reports | May 22, 2014

Opening of New Office Premises

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung has inaugurated its new premises with a discussion on ‘The Independence of the Judiciary’

On the occasion of the inauguration of the new office premises of its Beirut office and the regional Rule of Law Programme Middle East / North Africa, the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS) has organised a lecture entitled ‘The Independence of the Judiciary’. more…

Event Reports | March 21, 2014

The New Constitutions in the Arab World: Consensus between Islam and Modernity

The new Tunisian constitution has just turned one month old: this was the occasion to organise a two-day colloquium in Tunis that analysed the new constitutions of the Arab world in a comparative perspective. Just under 170 participants followed the invitation of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and the Research Institute for International Law, International Jurisdiction and Comparative Constitutional Law of the University of Tunis. more…

Event Reports | March 10, 2014

New Government or New System?

A Special Path for Morocco

A lot has changed on the political front in Morocco in recent months, and many of these changes will have a long-term influence on the country’s future. The country is trying to steer a course into the 21st century between the Arab Spring and centuries-old power structures to create a society built on openness, a desire for social change and a willingness to embrace political reform. more…

Dr. Helmut Reifeld | International Reports | April 16, 2012