Forum on the World Economic Order Program: Breaking the Barrier – Migration, Immigration, Integration

The Forum on the World Economic Order hosted its second delegation of experts in November for a seven day study tour focusing on challenges to migration, immigration, and integration both in the United States and around the world. The Forum was pleased to welcome five participants from South Africa, the Czech Republic, Germany, Turkey, and… Read More

“Confronting Bigotry and Intolerance in the Face of Rising Populism” – 25 years of Promoting Tolerance

The American Jewish Committee (AJC) and the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNF) welcomed this year’s participants of the study tour “Promoting Tolerance” for a reception in Washington, DC to celebrate the 25th year of this flagship dialogue program. Claus Gramckow, Representative USA and Canada for the Transatlantic Dialogue Program of FNF and Andrew Baker,… Read More

German Wahlkampf – So geht das… really!?

Die Amerikaner sind Weltmeister im Wahlkampf führen. Ständig befindet sich das Land im Wahlkampfmodus. Dabei werden schwindelerregende Summen aufgewendet, um das Spektakel perfekt zu inszenieren. Doch wie funktioniert der Wahlkampf in Deutschland? Dieser Frage ging eine Gruppe amerikanischer Wahlkampfexperten nach, die auf Einladung der Friedrich-Naumann-Stiftung für die Freiheit den Bundestagswahlkampf aus nächster Nähe beobachteten. Akribische… Read More

Better Together? Free Trade in the Protectionist Era

Perspectives from Pakistan, Europe, South Africa, and Lebanon On Thursday, August 3, 2017, the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom’s Expert Hub on the World Economic Order hosted a luncheon and panel discussion with study tour participants on the Forum’s inaugural program, entitled “Better Together? Free Trade in the Protectionist Era”. Panelists from Lebanon, Belgium, South… Read More

Europe at a Crossroads: 2017 Elections in France and Germany – A Discussion with MEP Alexander Graf Lambsdorff

Though the European Union remains an exceptional model for how countries can form an economic union and cooperate together peacefully, the EU is facing internal challenges to its democratic institutions. Europe stands at a crossroads this year, as voters prepare to elect new governments in both France and Germany. On this occasion the Friedrich Naumann… Read More

FNF-Panel Discussion: Tipping Point? European Politics in an Age of Migration

Asylum and border control policies currently stand at the forefront of debate in European politics. The Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom’s Transatlantic Dialogue Program hosted the Member of the European Parliament Angelika Mlinar to discuss some of the challenges posed by the refugee crisis and present solutions for a handful of the problems faced. Ms.… Read More