Events - Foundation Office United Kingdom and Ireland
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The EU and Russia - what kind of neighbours?
At this event, our panel of experts analyzed the state of relations between Russia and its European neighbours from a Russian, a European and a British perspective; and assess whether there are aspects of this relationship that can or should be improved.
Pathways to Climate Security II - A nuclear dawn? The future role of nuclear power in tackling climate change
This panel discussion will assess the future role of nuclear energy in mitigating climate change
What kind of Europe after the European elections?
This event will discuss the European election campaign of 2019 and its results.
Future of Europe: Scottish and German Strategies and Interests
Assessing the impact of renewables on global de-carbonization efforts: 1st Energy Talk
Pathways to Climate Security I - Assessing the impact of renewables on global de-carbonization efforts
The panel discussion will assess the impact of renewables on global de-carbonization efforts. Due to King's College London rules, a previous registration is necessary to enter the premises.
Brexit: two years into Article 50 – where are we?
Over the past three years the Federal Trust, Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation and Global Policy Institute have followed closely the Brexit process. Just before the expiry of the 2-year deadline for the Brexit negotiations we shall be again evaluating their progress. Panellists from Germany and the UK will discuss the latest state of play and prospects for the future.
Europa - Forum
Besuch des britischen Außenministers The Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP
Die Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung lädt Sie herzlich ein zu einem Vortrag des Außenministers des Vereinigten Königreichs, The Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP, am Mittwoch, den 20. Februar 2019 um 10 Uhr in der Akademie der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung.
The Water-Energy Nexus in Central Asia: Climate Change and Security Risks
The 4th and final energy talk for 2018 will examine the water-energy nexus in Central Asia.
Defence in Europe in the shadow of Brexit – Implications for Germany and the UK
Panel Discussion jointly organised by the Federal Trust with Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation and Global Policy Institute
Key Brexit Challenges as Talks Deadline Nears: German, Irish and Scottish Views
Attendance to this event is by invitation only