Veranstaltungen - Auslandsbüro Belarus
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The World HandCOV’d: Russia - Strategic dilemmas facing Russia in the post-corona world
The pandemic disruption is not likely to change our world altogether, but it will clearly have profound geopolitical implications, including for international security. In order to understand those possible implications, the Minsk Dialogue Council on International Relations and KAS Belarus are continuing a series of virtual panels that will zoom in on strategic dilemmas facing key pillars of international security in the post-corona world.
A HandCOV’d World: USA - Strategic dilemmas facing the United States in the post-corona world
The pandemic disruption is not likely to change our world altogether, but it will clearly have profound geopolitical implications, including for international security. In order to understand those possible implications, the Minsk Dialogue Council on International Relations and KAS Belarus are launching a series of virtual panels that will zoom in on strategic dilemmas facing key pillars of international security in the post-corona world.
The World HandCOV’d: Assessing longer-term implications of the pandemic disruption for int. security
The project will evaluate the challenges and choices the identified pillars are facing and assess their combined implications for Euro-Atlantic and Eurasian security
The pandemic of the new coronavirus is on everyone’s mind. Besides the conspicuous immediate implications for our personal lives the unprecedented events unfolding in front of us seem to have historical magnitude. Even though most analysts agree that the global outbreak of the coronavirus, as a virological phenomenon, is in itself hardly a game-changer for world affairs, it looks increasingly likely that the repercussions of the reactions by governments around the globe will have a significant impact on the international system beyond the pandemic. Among the multitude of ongoing transformations, some will accelerate while others might slow down, take a halt or change direction. But since hardly any of them are likely to remain completely unaffected, it is fair to say that international politics as a whole have fallen captive to COVID-19.
EHU and KAS Animation Project Contest “Why Europe is not complete without Belarus”
Сompetition for students from Belarus for animation project ideas
On the occasion of the upcoming Presidency of Germany in the Council of the European Union, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Belarus Country Office (KAS-Belarus) and the European Humanities University (EHU) are glad to announce a competition for students from Belarus for animation project ideas on the topic “Why Europe is not complete without Belarus”.
Coping with COVID - International Perspectives (Israel)
Third session: Israel
On May 22nd at 11 AM (Minsk/Vilnius time, GMT+3), we will be joined by Dr. Alexander Brakel (Director, KAS Israel) to speak about the situation with the coronavirus in Israel.
"Coping with COVID-19: international perspectives" series
Second session: China
On May 14th at 11 AM (Minsk/Vilnius time, GMT+3), we will be joined by Matthias Schäfer (Director, KAS China) to speak about the situation with the coronavirus in China.
Coping with COVID-19: International Perspectives
Weekly online discussions with Country Office Directors of Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung
Fear, uncertainty, changes, disruption… These are the best words to describe today’s picture of the world. The Coronavirus has not left any country untouched and has already affected the lives of millions of people. Lockdown or open borders, quarantine or free movement, #stayathome or #donotpanic, indifference or calmness, anxiety or discretion, exaggeration or cautiousness? What is currently happening around the world? What strategies are the national governments adhering to? What is the public attitude towards the present situation? In this series of online discussions, we will explore these questions with the country office directors of KAS as well as discuss the pandemic’s future implications on the economic, political and social life in their countries.
The Pandemic Disruptor: COVID-19’s implications for East European security
We seem to be only at the beginning of the global crisis caused by the spread of the novel coronavirus. Longer-term impact of COVID-19 on international relations is hard to predict at this point, yet the pandemic has already disrupted, in an unprecedented way, the lives of billions of people and the functioning of most countries.
KAS Belarus is happy to announce a call for KAS-Martens Centre Discussion Club 2020!
New series of workshops for Belarusian youth
The workshop series is drafted for young Belarusians who are interested in the center-right ideology and policies as well as committed to the pro-European orientation of Belarus and values constituting the nucleus of the European People’s Party ideological basis: the dignity of human life, freedom and responsibility, equality and justice, truth, solidarity and subsidiarity.
Deutsch-Belarussische Beziehungen am Ende des Ersten Weltkriegs und heute
Zur Geschichte und Gegenwart der bilateralen Beziehungen
Buchpräsentation und Podiumsdiskussion