Kenny Kremer has been an assistant in the France Program of DGAP‘s Alfred von Oppenheim Center for the Future of Europe since July 2022. Previously, he gained experience in the French National Assembly through various assignments in the European and Economic Affairs Committees as well as in the General Secretariat of the Franco-German Parliamentary Assembly. He spent most of his studies in France, initially in the Franco-German program of the Institut d'études politiques (IEP) Lille and the University of Münster. He also completed a traineeship in the EU Delegation in Jordan as part of his master's degree in international security studies at the IEP Paris.
The Baltic States, Central Europe, France, the Nordic countries, the United Kingdom, and the United States have all reacted to Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine in their own, but often similar ways.
On January 22, 1963, the Franco-German Treaty of Friendship was signed in the Élysée Palace. Over the intervening six decades, a united EU has also been built on this foundation. But it is now in urgent need of renewal.