Veranstaltungen in Lettland - Auslandsbüro Baltische Staaten
Derzeit sind keine Veranstaltungen geplant.
The Nuclear Frontier: Charting a Course to a Safer Tomorrow
Discussion in cooperation with Latvian Institute of International Affairs at LAMPA
The discussion will bring together industry experts from Latvia and Germany to address the complex issue of nuclear weapons and their possible impact on our future.
Erudīcijas spēle: "Latvija Eiropā: Vienoti Dažādībā"
Mūsu stipendiāti ir sagatavojuši lielisku iespēju vidusskolēniem Daugavpilī un Liepāja pārbaudīt savas zināšanas par Eiropu.
The role of media in the Baltics.
To trust or not to trust?
The research was conducted in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania in order to understand the perceptions, trust and reliability of the media in Baltic societies.
Launch of the book about the relations between Latvia and Germany
On November 25, 2021 the launch of the book “2021 – Thirty Years Since the Renewal of Latvia’s and Germany’s Diplomatic Relations” will take place.
The Riga Conference 2021
The Riga Conference is a platform for dialogue on international security issues between leading global decision makers.
Conference "A Dream Fulfilled: Freedom and Independence"
Conference dedicated to the 30th Anniversary of the Restoration of the Independent State of Latvia
Conversation about Soviet nostalgia in festival "LAMPA"
Conversation "30 years after the collapse of the USSR. Soviet nostalgia - its political, emotional and psychological aspects"
The Fight over the Melting Arctic
The Evolving Arctic Security Environment
Recently the Arctic has become a “hot” topic, as climate change is causing the melting of ice which, in turn, opens new opportunities and desires.
Discussion with the German and Latvian Ambassadors
Online discussion with the German Ambassador to Latvia, Christian Heldt, and the Latvian ambassador to Germany, Inga Skujiņa
Defence Policy and the Armed Forces in Times of Pandemic
Presentation of the study
We invite you to join us for a webinar with an expert panel to present the study, which aims to identify the implications of the COVID crisis for the defence sectors in several European countries, with its geographical focus being on the Baltic Sea region.