Event Reports

Common Grounds: Ways to Regional Cooperation in South Asia

Challenges and Chances for Peace and Stability in the SAARC Region

Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) organized the conference, "Common Grounds: Ways to Regional Cooperation in South Asian - Challenges and chances for peace and stability in the SAARC region ", with an aim to explore the status of regional cooperation and to create opportunities for regional cooperation in the SAARC region. Below is the entire publication of the workshop. At present it is available in German only.

COSATT 2011: Energy and Environmental Security II

A common approach for South Asia / Conference in Colombo

As part of the regular meetings of the COSATT-network (Consortium of South Asian Think Tanks) Experts from the region presented papers and discussed issues on Energy and Environmental Security in South Asia for regional cooperation in Colombo on June 2011. Please find the complete report of the conference below.

Nepal's National Interests V

On way to a new constitution – Secularism in Nepal

Having a working constitution is of priority to Nepal. In this edition of NIP experts' discuss if secularism will be regarded as a cornerstone of the country’s constitution?

Konferenzbericht: China and its Neighbours

Reshaping the Regional Order

Konferenzbericht

Nepal's National Interests IV

Maintaining Internal Security

Leading experts discuss the main pillars of Nepal´s National Interests. In this edition of NIP, maintaining the countrys' internal security is in focus of the experts´ opinion

COSATT 2011: Energy and Environmental Security I

A common approach for South Asia / Conference in Kathmandu

Phase 1 of the COSATT (Consortium of South Asian Think Tanks) project this year was to have a planning conference involving the heads of collaborating think tanks and was held in Kathmandu, Nepal in January 2011. The meeting deliberated over the issues concerned, identify the framework of the entire study and laid out the research questions for each topic. It also identified the specific topics to be addressed from the perspective of each member state. Below is the report from the conference.

Nepal's National Interests III

Nepal's Foreign Policy: The Way Ahead

Leading experts discuss the main pillars of Nepal´s National Interests. In this edition of NIP foreign policy of the country are in the focus of the experts´ opinion

Nepal´s National Interests II

Energy Security, Reviving the Economy

Leading experts discuss the main pillars of Nepal´s National Interests. In this edition of NIP energy security and the economic wealth of the country are in the focus of the experts´ opinion.

ASEM Outlook Workshop in Brussels

The Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) will undergo its third round of enlargement with the entry ofRussia and Australia at its eighth Summit in 2010, bringing the process to a total of 45 countries1that represent more than half the world’s GDP.

ASEM-Roundtable

In preparation of the 8th ASEM Sumit, the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in cooperation with the Asia Europe Foundation (ASEF) and the Belgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs held an ASEM Roundtable on 14 April in Brussels. The report of this roundtable can be viewed here.

About this series

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, its educational institutions, centres and foreign offices, offer several thousand events on various subjects each year. We provide up to date and exclusive reports on selected conferences, events and symposia at www.kas.de. In addition to a summary of the contents, you can also find additional material such as pictures, speeches, videos or audio clips.

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