Event Reports - New York Office
As part of a build-up and compact seminar, ten selected KAS fellows from a wide range of disciplines had the opportunity to meet with representatives of the United Nations, the EU Delegation to the United Nations, the German Mission and other New York-based organizations, and gain insights into the current challenges of the international world order.
The Future of Europe and Transatlantic Relations in a New Global Order: A View from the European Parliament
Mr. Klaus Welle, Secretary-General of the European Parliament, outlined his vision of the European Union as a geopolitical “pole” in a speech and a discussion at the KAS New York Office. He emphasized the importance of solidarity between EU member states and the importance of the transatlantic partnership. The event was cohosted by the American Council on Germany (ACG).
UN Special Rapporteur on the independence of judges and lawyers, Diego Garcia-Sayan, is visiting the KAS New York Office
In the framework of the Memorandum of Understanding and close cooperation with the KAS Rule of Law Programs, Diego Garcia-Sayan paid a working visit to the KAS office in New York.
Visit of Prof. Dr. Norbert Lammert to welcome the new directors of the KAS offices in New York and Washington
New directors have been appointed to lead the operations of the KAS offices in New York and Washington D.C. Paul Linnarz succeeds Nico Lange in the Washington Office while Andrea Ostheimer takes over the New York office from Dr. Stefan Friedrich. They were both introduced as part of two receptions held by Prof. Dr. Norbert Lammert, current Chairman of KAS and former President of the German Bundestag.
40 years American Convention on Human Rights
Secretary-General of the United Nations attends festivities
Multilateralism at a Critical Juncture: Opportunities and Responsibilities in a new Era of Globalization
Prof. Dr. Norbert Lammert speaks at United Nations Headquarters
Youth, Peace and Security in Africa
The missing piece
A New Generation’s Approach to European Security Cooperation and Trans-Atlantic Relations
Ansichten einer neuer Politikergeneration
“To keep the European Union together, we must change;” this was the message that Nikolas Loebel, a member of the German Bundestag, delivered during a discussion-luncheon with members of the American Council on Germany and other foreign policy experts at the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung New York Office on May 24th. The occasion of the event was to discuss the future of European security cooperation and dangers facing the liberal order.
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