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Event recap: EU Enlargement - The New Geopolitical Background

An event by Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung UK & Ireland and European Movement Ireland

20th Anniversary of Largest-Ever EU Enlargement Marks a New Geopolitical Era for Countries Seeking EU Membership Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) UK & Ireland and European Movement Ireland hosted, ‘EU Enlargement: The New Geopolitical Background’. In the year of the 20th Anniversary of the largest-ever EU enlargement, H.E. Larysa Gerasko, Ambassador of Ukraine to Ireland, Professor David Phinnemore, Queen's University Belfast, and Peter Power, Senior Expert in DG NEAR, European Commission gather to discuss the new geopolitical background shaping the European Union’s accession process.

Fachkonferenz

Engaging Cross Borders: Perspectives from Ireland and Europe

International Conference in Irish-German Studies

The Centre for Irish-German Studies at the University of Limerick, in partnership with the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung UK & Ireland, the Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies and the Faculty of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences at Ulster University will host the conference.

Event

Innovation & Competitiveness: 30 Years of the Single Market

In-Person Event

This event will reflect on the past 30 years of the Single Market and impact it has made on Member States with a focus on Ireland and the innovative and competitive nature of it. The event will open with a keynote address from Commissioner Mairead McGuinness.

Online-Seminar

The Good Friday Agreement and the EU After 25 Years

Online Event

This event will reflect on the past 25 years of the Good Friday Agreement and the key role the European Union played.

Fachkonferenz

One Year on from the Russian Invasion of Ukraine – Priorities for European Security and Defence

Half-Day Symposium

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung UK & Ireland in partnership with the Institute of International and European Affairs host a half-day symposium.

Online-Seminar

Europe’s Economy in Troubled Times

Online Event Series

This event will examine the general economic outlook for the EU and the Eurozone including a focus on Ireland and Germany. The participants will discuss the impacts of inflationary challenges and energy security, outline EU and Member State responses and assess the future of the EU economy, including future fiscal rules and economic governance issues. This is the final event in the Supporting Democracy series with European Movement Ireland in 2022.

Online-Seminar

Energy Dependency and Foreign Policy - Dilemmas for the UK, Germany and the EU

Join our online event in cooperation with The Federal Trust and Global Policy Institute.

Fachkonferenz

New Ways of Engagement and the International Context: Northern Ireland and Ireland

International Conference

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung UK & Ireland in partnership with the Faculty of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences at Ulster University and the Centre for Irish-German Studies, University of Limerick hosted this conference.

Event

Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung at the Conservative Party Conference 2022 - Tuesday, 4 October 2022

Fringe Event - Responding to Russia's War in Ukraine: Safeguarding European Justice and Security

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung together with Bright Blue, will host a fringe event at this year's Conservative Party Conference . A panel of distinguished speakers will discuss the future of European justice and security in light of the war in Ukraine.

Online-Seminar

Supporting Democracy and Security: The War in Ukraine

Online Event Series

This is the second event with European Movement Ireland in 2022, all of which focus on the theme of Supporting Democracy. This event will discuss the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the implications for European security and other policy areas. We will also examine the EU’s response to the war, Ukraine’s future in Europe and arising geopolitical developments.

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Die Ostsee als Europas Mare Nostrum

Ansprache durch Präsident Toomas Hendrik Ilves

"The Baltic Sea today is the new Mare Nostrum of the European Union. It is, for all intents purposes, "our sea". How we take care of it, and how we use the opportunities it avails us will provide a measure of what we are capable of in the EU." (Ausschnitt aus der Ansprache von Toomas Hendrik Ilves. (Für die gesamte Ansprache auf englisch sehen Sie bitte die PDF-Datei.)

European Roundtable - Rede zur Europapolitik

"The Challenges ahead – The European Agenda in 2009". Veranstaltungsbeitrag von Prof. Dr. Emil J. Kirchner, Jean Monet Lehrstuhl an der University of Essex beim diesjährigen European Roundtable in Wilton Park, Sussex. (Als PDF-Datei und auf englisch)

European Roundtable - Rede zur Sicherheitspolitik

“The Upcoming NATO-Summit and a New Strategic Concept” - Veranstaltungsbeitrag von Dr. Ulrich Schlie, Direktor des Planungsstabs des Bundesverteidigungsministeriums in Berlin, beim diesjährigen European Roundtable in Wilton Park, Sussex. (Als PDF-Datei und auf englisch)

Gut, dass man darüber gesprochen hat

Baden-Württembergs Regierungschef Oettinger wirbt in Großbritannien um EU-Regeln in der Finanzkrise.

(www.Suedkurier.de am 3. Oktober 2008) "Typisch Deutsch", meint ein Wirtschaftsrepräsentant beim Rausgehen. "Ausgezeichnet", reibt sich der deutsche Botschafter die Hände. Der LBBW-Vorstand nickt. Auch die Fachpresse. Denn Günther Oettinger hatte gerade unter den schweren, blau-goldenen Vorhang-Troddeln des alt-ehrwürdigen Carlton Club den (nicht anwesenden) Investmentbankern die Leviten gelesen. Zwischen wuchtigen Bildern von Sir Joseph Chamberlain oder Baronet Peel of Clanfield ging es sogar richtig zur Sache. "Arrogante Kaste" nennt der baden-württembergische Regierungschef diejenigen, denen es egal war, ob ihre Kreditnehmer Eigenkapital besaßen. Die Investmentbanker klaubten sich in vielen Meetings Infos zusammen, backten daraus "Cheesecakes" und legten den Fonds auf. Gewinne strichen sie ein und sozialisierten nun die Verluste. "Unvorstellbar" sei für ihn gewesen, dass Staaten einmal bürgen müssten. Und nun überall. Irland, Deutschland. Wo noch? "Ich zweifle die Kompetenz unserer hoch bezahlten Rating-Agenturen an", resümiert Oettinger nüchtern und etwas bitter. Denn auch er lobte in seinen Reden gern das Tripple-A Baden-Württembergs.

Current energy- and climate policy agenda of Germany- Response to the energy challenges

Präsentation von Dr Joachim Pfeiffer MdB anlässlich des Treffens Junger Parlamentarier in Reykjavik, Island. Das Thema des diesjährigen Treffens war der Klimawandel.

Die Herausforderungen eines „effektiven Multilateralismus“

Vortrag anlässlich der Wilton-Park-Konferenz der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung im April 2008

Auf dem "European Roundtable" in Wilton Park hat sich einer der Tagungsblöcke mit den Herausforderungen eines modernen Multilateralismus´befasst. Hierzu hat Dr.jur. Günter Krings MdB das als PDF beigefügte Einführungsreferat gehalten.

Internal security challenges – How can we reconcile civil liberties and security?

Rede des Bundesministers des Innern, Dr Wolfgang Schäuble MdB bei der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in London und mit Vertretern von Policy Exchange (nur auf Englisch)

Crisis as Opportunity: Problems, Challenges, Frontiers and Chances for the European Union

Prof. Dr. Hans-Gert Poettering MEP, Chairman of the EPP-ED Group in the European Parliament, Adenauer Lecture 2006

No other invitation in British academic life could attract me more than the opportunity to deliver the annual Adenauer Lecture at the European Studies Centre, here at St Antony’s College, Oxford. It is not just that it is a great honour to follow in the footsteps of so many distinguished predecessors, over many years. It is that - for me personally - it is especially inspiring to give a talk dedicated to the memory of Konrad Adenauer - one of the founding fathers of today's Europe, to whom my country owes so much - and one delivered here in the European studies centre of one of the leading universities in the world. The former Chancellor of Oxford University, Roy Jenkins, was once asked: "What is difference between a speech and a lecture?" He replied: "A lecture is characteristically a little longer than a speech, but not necessarily more interesting!" As a professional politician, like Lord Jenkins, I understand the perils of that distinction, and will try to keep what I say as succinct and interesting as possible, consistent with its rubric of it being a "lecture".