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Under the shadow of Boko Haram: Niger on the eve of elections

11/02/2016 • Opinion

On 21 February 2016, Niger will hold its next presidential elections, marking the end of Mahamadou Issoufou’s first term in office.

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Brexit: Strategic consequences for Europe

11/02/2016 • Reports and papers

The UK will soon organize an in/out referendum opening the door to a possible Brexit. This report by Peter van Ham examines Brexit’s strategic consequences for Europe.

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Nederlandse krijgsmacht: kiezen of delen?

09/02/2016 • Opinion

Heeft een 'mini-supermacht' als Nederland drie krijgsmachtdelen nodig? Ko Colijn geeft zijn opinie in het februarinummer van het Marineblad.

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Towards a stronger EU security and defence policy

01/02/2016 • Reports and papers

February 1, 2016 - Europe’s unprecedented security challenges call for a step change in the EU’s approach to security and defence. This report reflects the main topics at the Netherlands EU Presidency Seminar held on 20 and 21 January 2016.

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'Salafisme bestrijd je op plaatselijk niveau'

29/01/2016 • Opinion

29 januari 2016 - Om de aantrekkingskracht van salafistische ronselaars te verkleinen, moet de overheid jongeren vooral lokaal een alternatief bieden, stelt Clingendaelexpert Peter Knoope.

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The new criminal powers

28/01/2016 • Reports and papers

In this report the Clingendael Institute explains how illicit activities are increasingly embedded in the formal structures of societies and states, and demonstrates how the spread of these criminal links can be tackled.

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Beneath the Apparent State of Affairs: Stability in Ghana and Benin

25/01/2016 • Reports and papers

In its report on the crises in West Africa, Clingendael analyses several key issues which are part of regional aggravating factors conducive to spreading extremist ideology and dividing behaviours. Our report can be considered an early warning.

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Back to Diplomacy

20/01/2016 • Opinion

Back to Diplomacy is the title of the report of a Panel of Eminent Persons that was presented to the Ministerial Council of the OSCE in December 2015. It implicitly addresses the role of diplomats in promoting and subsequently neglecting peace and security in Europe and in the wider world.

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PIN Policy Brief on Challenges to Diplomatic Negotiation

18/01/2016 • Policy briefs

This new PIN Policy Brief analyses the nature and evolution of diplomatic negotiation and the challenges to its effectiveness.

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Het Westen is de echte vijand, volgens de terrorist

18/01/2016 • Books and articles

De aanslagen op willekeurige mensen in Parijse uitgaansgelegenheden vloeien voort uit een afwijzing door moslims van het westerse moderniseringsmodel. Een model dat hen wereldwijd kleineert en kansen onthoudt, aldus Clingendaelexpert Peter Knoope.

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Clingendael presents overview of results Sahel Programme

15/01/2016 • Research programme

The Clingendael Institute is pleased to present the special edition magazine 'The political economy of the Sahel - Capturing results'.

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De EU spat echt niet uiteen, hoor

14/01/2016 • Opinion

14 januari 2016 - Ja, ruzie is er genoeg in Europa. Maar moeten we ons daar zorgen over maken? De grote spanningen zijn geen voorbodes van het Europese einde maar onderstrepen dat de EU normaal is geworden, meent Adriaan Schout.

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