„Animate Europe“ goes Montréal!

Europa-Comic der Friedrich-Naumann-Stiftung begeistert kanadische Festival-Besucher Der Monat Mai steht im kanadischen Montréal ganz im Zeichen des Comics. Seit sieben Jahren ist das „Montréal Comic Arts Festival“ fester Bestandteil des „May, Month of Comics.” In diesem Jahr zog das Festival rund 12.000 Comic-Begeisterte an und bot über 130 Comic-Zeichnern, Illustratoren und Künstlern aus der ganzen… Read More

Coalition Watch: Is Germany’s Groundhog Day Approaching?

In Washington, DC, the Hon. Michael Georg Link, Member of the Bundestag and Spokesperson for European Affairs of the FDP Caucus, along with Deputy Chairman of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation Professor Dr. Karl-Heinz Paqué shared their insights on the political situation in Germany following the recent coalition agreement formed between the parties of the grand… Read More

MEP Angelika Mlinar on the Future of Europe

A Discussion with Angelika Mlinar, MEP for the Austrian liberal party NEOS, part of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe. What does the future of Europe look like? Between the migration crisis, Brexit, and the election of Trump, 2016 was a difficult year for the European Union. However, 2017 was a year of relief: in… Read More

Navigating Migration for the 21st Century: Policy Recommendations

In November 2017, the Forum on the World Economic Order (WEO) of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom carried out its second program of the year, entitled “Breaking the Barrier: Migration, Immigration, Integration.” During the seven day program, five migration and immigration experts from around the world met with specialists in Washington, DC and Austin,… Read More

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