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The 1st EU-Briefing

In co-operation with the European Movement in the UK, the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in London held a panel discussion on March 20th, 2014 to address the important issues at the top of the European policy agenda. The discussion took place on the same day as the March European Council summit, therefore focussed upon topics such as the crisis in Ukraine, the development of a common climate and energy policy, and the ongoing process of constructing a banking union.

Germany and the UK: Contrasts and Similarities

First Event on the topic of "Migration and the freedom of movement"

On the evening of March 18th 2014, the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation, the Federal Trust, and the Global Policy Institute held a panel discussion entitled ‘Attitudes to Migration and the Freedom of Movement’ at Mary Sumner House. This was the first in a series of events assessing the contrasts and similarities between the UK and Germany on a number of key issues.

"European Mainstream - In Our Interest: Britain with Europe"

A series of articles by the mainstream of the Conservative Party.

The authors of the attached publication are united by their belief that the UK national interest is best served working for changes within the EU, not being marginalised at the fringes. The group believes that the nation would be best served by the Conservative Party campaigning for a ‘yes’ vote in any future in/out referendum.

Turkey and Mediterranean Gas: What Does it Mean for Europe?

KAS-EUCERS-ISD Workshop Report

In this year’s series of five roundtable discussions, organised by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS) in London, the Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD), and the European Centre for Energy and Resource Security (EUCERS),the overalltheme will be "Changing Political and Economic Dynamics of Global Energy Flows". The first of the workshops took place on March 10, 2014 at King’s College London and discussed the topic of“Turkey and Mediterranean Gas: What does it mean for Europe and the world?”.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel visits London

On Febuary 27th, German Chancellor Angela Merkel visited London and delivered a speech on the future of Europe to both Houses of Parliament.

EUCERS/KAS Energy Talks

Background Information

Turkey and Mediterranean Gas: A New European Gas Corridor?Background information made available by our KAS/EUCERS Energy SecurityFellow Jan-Justus Andreas.

"Große Ideen entstehen in einer kleinen Nachbarschaft"

Irischer Europaminister Paschal Donohoe blickt optimistisch in die Zukunft Irlands

Nach einer harten Sparpolitik, einschneidenden Maßnahmen und Entbehrungen, hat es Irland als erstes Krisenland geschafft im Dezember 2013 den Euro-Rettungsschirm zu verlassen. Im Bereich der Exporte hat Irland sein Vorkrisen-Niveau wieder erreicht und die Wirtschaftsleistung wächst stetig. Wie die irische Regierung die Bevölkerung von der Europapolitik überzeugt hat und welche Verbesserungen für die zukünftige Entwicklung Europas von Nöten sind, diskutierte der irische Europaminister, Paschal Donohoe im „Gesprächskreis Europapolitik“ der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung.

German and European Finance Policy

Given the wide-ranging impact of the global financial crisis, and the concurrent effects of the sovereign debt crisis in Europe, there has been a great deal of attention paid to the role of markets and the financial sector. As Europe moves towards a banking union, what is the view from Germany?

Investing for Growth: A Comparison of German and British SME funding

KAS, the GPI and the Industry Forum held a panel discussion on the topic of SME funding at Mary Sumner House, on the evening of Jan 16th, 2014. With over 85 people in attendance, the topic addressed, a comparative analysis of UK and German SME funding, generated considerable interest.

A Multispeed Europe: Britain on the Sidelines ?

Project report

Project Report by Brendan Donnelly, Director of Federal Trust. The title of the series of events run in 2013 by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, the Federal Trust and Global Policy Institute contained the term “multi-speed” with reference to the possible future structures of the European Union.

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