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The (In-)Effectiveness of "Deterrence" as an Instrument

30/03/2015 • Opinion

In this commentary, Dr. Bibi van Ginkel discusses deterrence as an instrument against terrorism: does implementing new policies and laws deter potential terrorists or does this have little effect?

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China, Europe and the Maritime Silk Road

26/03/2015 • Reports and papers

This report assesses how the Chinese involvement in ports along the Asia–Europe maritime corridor – from the South China Sea to the Mediterranean Sea – is relevant for the European Union.

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De diplomatie van het uitstellen

25/03/2015 • Opinion

Zouden we beter af zijn als de diplomatie alle acute wereldproblemen steeds tien jaar zou kunnen opschuiven en inruilen voor nieuwe problemen?

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De president van de EU is de keizer zonder kleren

25/03/2015 • Opinion

Een week vol tragiek: van de realist, de idealist, de held en de politicus.

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Implications for Dutch foreign policy of international climate change

24/03/2015 • Reports and papers

This study analyses whether Dutch foreign policies in the fields of development cooperation, foreign economic relations and security are climate-proof.

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Towards Greater EU–Taiwan Economic Cooperation?

24/03/2015 • Reports and papers

This new Clingendael Report argues that recent developments in relations between Mainland China and Taiwan, as well as expected economic and political benefits for Europe, provide reason for the EU to open talks with Taiwan.

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European defence: about neighbours and distant friends

24/03/2015 • Books and articles

In the second concluding article in “The CSDP: National Perspectives” series, Dick Zandee looks at the deepening cooperation between European armed forces in bilateral and regional clusters.

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Little empirical evidence for recruitment in prisons

23/03/2015 • Books and articles

European countries are taking drastic measures to prevent the risk of radicalisation among prisoners, although there is little empirical evidence that such a risk actually exists. Terrorism detention policies should focus on re-integration instead.

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Cross-sector partnerships in fragile settings

19/03/2015 • Opinion

The growing conceptual attention and significant political commitment for cross-sector partnerships in settings affected by conflict and fragility sharply contrast with an apparent lack of empirical evidence.

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Tunisia terror attack tests fledgling democracy

18/03/2015 • Opinion

At least 19 people are reported to be dead in Tunisia after armed men attacked the Bardo National Museum. Beyond the immediate horror, this incident is a litmus test for the country’s democratic transition and the political consensus that has made it a success so far.

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Understanding instability in Libya: will peace talks end the chaos?

17/03/2015 • Opinion

Four years into the post-Qadhafi transition, Libya is home to two rivaling governments; numerous extremely powerful armed brigades, Islamic State strongholds; and a dangerous increase in criminal activity. Peace talks are held to bring together the warring parties in a national unity government. But can a political settlement end instability and violence?

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Waarom het trotse Kingdom in irrelevance dreigt weg te zinken

17/03/2015 • Opinion

Sorry, Britten, maar op deze manier drijven jullie weg van de Europeanen én Amerika.

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