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Iraqi imbroglio: the Islamic State and beyond

Conflict and Fragility • Publications • November 24, 2014

The Islamic State has shown itself to be a formidable force through the extent of its support and the fear it sows, as well as its advanced communication and military capabilities. At the same time, it represents only the face of a much deeper political and security crisis in Iraq that stems from the poor quality of governance.

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Clingendael Concludes First Pre-Deployment Training Mali

19 November 2014 - From 10 to 13 November the Clingendael Academy together with the Egmont Institute organized the first pre-deployment training for Mali, in the context of the ENTRi project.

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Response Forces galore – a guided tour

Security and Conflict • Publications • November 14, 2014

September 2014’s NATO summit saw several initiatives for Response Forces being announced. An overview of existing and announced Response Forces, comparing them through a selection of characteristics.

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Building Blocks for a Diplomatic Academy

20 November 2014 - Diplomatic training is key for any MFA. That is why most countries have a diplomatic academy. But where do you begin if you want to take yours to the next level?

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Training Policy Planning in International Trade

Fourteen ‘’WTO-diplomats” from African, Asian and Latin American countries visited Clingendael for a one-week training in ‘’Trends in international trade and policy planning”.

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Defence Cooperation in Clusters

Defence Cooperation in Clusters – Identifying the Next Steps, reflects the continuation of an ongoing process of small groups of countries deepening the cooperation between their armed forces.

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New Book: Changing Security Dynamics in East Asia

This edited volume investigates how and whether uncertainty around US security commitment to East Asia over the next 15-20 years affects the present-day strategic perceptions and behaviour of East Asian nations, and of the US itself.

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Shanghai Consensus on Cities in International Relations

17 November 2014 - Conference participants from Clingendael and three other European and Chinese institutions concluded the

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