Events - Foundation Office Washington, D.C.
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Transatlantic Discussion:Conservatives in the U.S. and Europe – A Natural Alliance?
Creating a Network of Future Conservative Leaders
On December 13th, the Konrad Adenauer Stifting in Washington, D.C. will organize an event with the Young Transatlantic Conservative Alliiance (YTCA) to discuss the involvement of future young conservative leaders in the transatlantic relationship.
Transfer from Politics to the Public: Content and Methods
A Transatlantic Dialog Program with Elected Officials and Political Strategists
German elected officials and political strategists will observe the November 6 U.S. elections and meet with experts to learn about current policy debates in the U.S, developments in the elections, and the strategy and tactics used in the campaign.
Strategic Challenges and Opportunities in Central Asia
International Conference in Cooperation with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
In light of geopolitical developments in Central Asia, KAS and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace are organizing an international conference with participants from the region. The conference is supported by the German-Turkmenian Forum.
Understanding the Role of Political Communication
Dialogue Program with MdB Philipp Missfelder and young political leaders
MdB Philipp Miβfelder and a group of young elected officials and political activists will travel to Washington, DC, to learn more about the role of political communication and how it influences voters and policy debates
Transatlantic Economic Relations
Dialogue Program with Peter Beyer MdB
Peter Beyer, Member of the German Bundestag, will meet with elected officials, business representatives and economic policy experts to discuss economic and trade issues that affect the transatlantic relationship.
Economic Crises as an Opportunity for Change – a Christian Contribution
Reinhard Cardinal Marx
Experts are still debating whether the worst of the global financial and economic crisis is over; the combination of modest growth and continued high unemployment and political tension presents a mixed picture.
The future of NATO beyond the Chicago Summit
Dr. Karl-Heinz Kamp, NATO Defense College
Based on our shared values of democracy and free market principles, NATO has served as the cornerstone of transatlantic relations for the past fifty years.
Renewable Energy - Key to Energy Independence in the Middle East?
Israeli-Palestinian Delegation Briefing Program in Chicago and Washington
The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung organized a briefing program for a delegation of Israeli and Palestian experts and entrepreneurs. In addition to meetings with energy experts, workshops at the World Bank and Rand Corporation are planned.
Transatlantic Security Cooperation
The Military in Germany and the U.S. - Two Perspectives
On February 17 and 18, hundreds will attend the Fifth Annual German Conference at Harvard to discuss this year’s theme, “The German Angst of Leadership.” The Konrad Adenauer Stiftung will host a panel discussion on security policy.
The 2012 Presidential Race - Current Developments and Its Impact on Foreign Policy
A conversation with Philipp Mißfelder MdB
Political insiders and policy experts discuss the upcoming U.S. presidential election with Philipp Mißfelder, Member of the German Bundestag. Topics included strategy and issues in the Republican primary, and its impact on the general election.