Germany:"What defines us, what unites us" is the name of a series of short films produced by the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation on Value of Democracy and human dignity …

“What defines us, what unites us” is the name of a series of short films produced by the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation. These films deal in a very simple and practical way with the central values of the German democracy. The topics human dignity, equal rights, freedom of expression, freedom of religion and the main pillars of our…

Understanding IRAN — New Publication by Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung |One of the most ancient people of its region along with an long history|Download PDF file

Understanding IRAN By ERCAN ÇITLIOĞLU Turkey, Mar. 31, 2016 provided by: TURKEY OFFICE DOWNLOAD PDF Also available in DEUTSCH An unbiased understanding of Iran that has one of the most ancient people of its region along with an long history and established state tradition is crucially important for the sake of regional balances of power,…

Vicious cycle of radicalisation — Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung de which says political Islam has lost power almost everywhere, and its radical and violent manifestations prevail

By Thomas Birringer The Muslim Brotherhood and ideologically related groups in North Africa initially emerged as winners from the Arab Spring. By now, political Islam has lost power almost everywhere, and its radical and violent manifestations prevail. One reason is the failure to tackle the people’s problems. The other one is a vicious cycle of…

The Impact of Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) — Konrad-Adenauer Stiftung’s two Volume Documentation in PDF format

Impact of TTIP Volume 1: Economic Effects on the Transatlantic Partners, Third Countries and the Global Trade Order Andreas Freytag, Peter Draper, Susanne Fricke, Berlin, June 18, 2014 Editor: Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung e.V. The current plans to conclude a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) raise a number of both economic and political questions. This policy brief…

Joint Israeli Palestinian Poll, December 2011 – Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung news

Israelis’ and Palestinians’ willingness to compromise has increased amidst a climate of feud and mistrust – this is a noticeable result of the most recent poll conducted jointly by the Harry S. Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research…

The Israeli Peace Initiative – Konrad Adenauer Stiftung News

Also available in Deutsch, عربي In cooperation with IPCRI, KAS Ramallah organized the presentation of the Israeli Peace Initiative (IPI) on May 11th, 2011. This initiative, drafted by an eclectic group of (former) politicians, civil society representatives, defence chiefs as well as artists, considers itself as an answer to the Arab Peace Initiative (API) of…

Germany and Palestine: Beit Jala became Twin city to Germany’s Bergisch Gladbach and German Lawyers as well as the Economic Council Delegation visited Ramallah – KAS News

The visit of a German delegation for a city twinning agreement – KAS News The German Delegation visiting the KAS office in Ramallah On March 9, 2011, a German delegation of 27 people from Bergisch Gladbach visited the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) in Ramallah for a city twinning agreement. As part of an 11-day tour to Israel…

Joint Israeli-Palestinian Poll – Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

April 5, 2011 Also available in Deutsch The view on the peace process remains marked by pessimism on both sides. This is also reflected in the views of Israelis and Palestinians regarding a quick solution of the conflict in light of the uprising in Egypt. Documents Entire publication (pdf, 27 KB) The joint Israeli-Palestinian poll…

Africa’s media makers prepare for digital upheaval: Africa Media Leadership Conference 2010 in Dar es Salaam

Source: Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung ***** Also available in Deutsch Significant differences come together every year at the Africa Media Leadership Conference: From the open and diverse media landscape in South Africa to Morocco, where the only two national TV channels belong to the state, media managers and journalists meet, all with very different backgrounds. Nevertheless, one thing…