Prague – ESI at the European Values Summit
ESI’s Gerald Knaus was invited to give a presentation on “Gapping the Discrepancies in Perception of Ukraine in Czech-German Cooperation” at the European Values Summit.
In his presentation, Gerald described how Germany has been receiving Ukrainian refugees in comparison to other EU states, and how support for Ukraine has been debated in the German government.
He also spoke about the urgent need to prepare for the arrival of potentially more than 2 million Ukrainian refugees this coming winter.
Gerald debated with Rebecca Harms (co-president of the Greens/EFA), Veronika Homolová, (Department of German and Austrian Studies, Charles University), Claudia Von Salzen (Correspondent Tagesspiegel) Martin Svarovsky (Head of the Security Strategies Program and Senior Fellow, European Values Center for Security Policy) and Martin Vokálek (Executive Director EUROPEUM).
- ESI: An airlift 2022 for Ukrainians
- ZDF, Less money, more refugees - is Germany still strong enough? (Gerald Knaus on German TV debate show "Maybrit Illner") , 3 November 2022
- The New York Times, A New Refugee Crisis Stirs Uncomfortable Issues for Europe , 3 November 2022
- Der Tagesspiegel, Migration researcher Knaus expects a winter of refugees: "Neither the EU nor Germany is prepared for this" (Interview with Gerald Knaus) , 31 October 2022
- BZ Berlin, Migration researcher Knaus calls for more solidarity in the EU (Interview with Gerald Knaus) , 28 October 2022
- PNP, Migration researcher Gerald Knaus: "Putin is the cause of flight (Interview with Gerald Knaus) , 18 October 2022
- Das Erste, Video: Displacement as a weapon? How refugees become part of warfare ( TV Interview with Gerald Knaus) , 17 October 2022
- RBB, Ukraine: Migration researcher Knaus fears many more refugees (Interview with Gerald Knaus) , 11 October 2022
- Phoenix, Between helpfulness and excessive demands - refugee summit in Berlin (TV debate with Gerald Knaus) , 11 October 2022
- Profil, Gerald Knaus on migration: Who should Europe let in? (Guest commentary by Gerald Knaus) , 10 October 2022