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Die Kanadier blicken mit gemischten Gefühlen nach vorn
Wirtschaftliche und soziale Themen prägen das demoskopische Bild zum Jahresbeginn 2023 – und Premier Trudeau bekommt schlechte Noten.
KAS Canada is a proud supporter of the 2022 Halifax International Security Forum
Insightful and inspiring conversations were had while hosting our session "Arctic Allies Align" this year.
Visit of Frank Priess, Deputy Head of the Division European and International Cooperation to Canada
In Ottawa and Montreal, Mr. Priess visited the House of Commons, met with our esteemed partners, and spoke at the RODA “how can we prevent democratic backsliding?” Conference.
Konrad Adenauer Visiting Scholar on Transatlantic Relations
Introducing Dr. Clara Portela as the first Konrad Adenauer Visiting Scholar on Transatlantic Relations at Carleton University, with the Centre for European Studies
KAS Chairman and Deputy Secretary General visit Canada
On July 15th, KAS Chairman Prof. Dr. Norbert Lammert and Deputy Secretary General Dr. Gerhard Wahlers visited British Columbia, Canada.
Public Views of Immigration and Diversity: Causes and Consequences for Policy
On May 18th KAS Canada and the Centre for Migration Studies at University of British Columbia organized a workshop with leading scholars of public opinion & policy practitioners.
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December 2022 Newsletter
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