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New PINPoints #41 - Clingendael’s negotiation magazine: now available

17/04/2015 • Books and articles

The 41st PINPoints arrives at a turbulent and exciting time in international negotiation. The events of the moment pose enormous questions to process analysis and deliver important lessons, many of which have been included in the articles of this PIN publication.

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The EU maritime security strategy

16/04/2015 • Policy briefs

Promoting or absorbing European defence cooperation?

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The roots of Mali's conflict: Moving beyond the 2012 crisis

13/04/2015 • Reports and papers

Clingendael's Conflict Research Unit (CRU) has published the report "The roots of Mali's conflict: Moving beyond the 2012 crisis".

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Maak van de dokter geen besmettingshaard

13/04/2015 • Opinion

Zonder zorgpersoneel geen solide en veerkrachtig gezondheidssysteem. Wat zijn de lessen van de Ebola epidemie? Investeer in het zorgpersoneel, zo stelt Remco van de Pas.

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Europa moet gezamenlijk optrekken tegen China

09/04/2015 • Opinion

Europa zou zich wat meer zorgen kunnen maken over een wereld waarin Chinese normen gaan domineren.

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Wordt de wereld veiliger?

08/04/2015 • Opinion

Het gevaar mag dan dichterbij komen, nog altijd is Europa het minst bedreigde werelddeel.

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De VS is geen verschrompelde dwerg

02/04/2015 • Opinion

Het beeld van China als reus en de VS als een verschrompelende dwerg klopt niet.

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Stopping the Serrata: why we need a holistic approach to inclusiveness

01/04/2015 • Opinion

Global trends in inequality and social fragmentation in fragile and conflict-affected states represent two fundamental obstacles to inclusive development. Policies to counter the concentration of wealth and power exist, as Latin America has shown. But we also need to address the systems that generate ever greater divergence.

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Responding to cyber jihad: towards an effective counter narrative

31/03/2015 • Reports and papers

In this research paper, ICCT Research Fellow Dr. Bibi van Ginkel analyses the role of the internet and social media in processes of radicalisation. It offers an outline of the various aspects of the jihadist narrative, in order better to understand what message needs to be countered.

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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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Expect delays

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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