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Geopolitiek

20/08/2014 • Opinion

De vrijheid van elk land wordt begrensd door geografie, geschiedenis en de realiteit van macht

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SSR: Securing its success, justifying its relevance

19/08/2014 • Policy briefs

As Security Sector Reform (SSR) faces pressure to address new issues and threats, the moment is right to assess unresolved issues concerning both the concept and the practice of SSR. Four points stand out as essential to improving SSR initiatives.

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IS is deel grotere oorlog sjiieten en soennieten

15/08/2014 • Opinion

Het Westen moet niet interveniëren in een burgeroorlog tussen soennieten en sjiieten.

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Rusty tank in the abandoned village of Tyneham, south Dorset, UK

Haal de tanks weer terug in ons leger

14/08/2014 • Opinion

Door de huidige grote brandhaarden in de wereld staat de NAVO ineens op een tweesprong. De bondgenoten, waaronder Nederland, moeten flink in defensie investeren.

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NATO, EU, Central Asia and Mongolia: searching for common interests

12/08/2014 • Books and articles

In July the Clingendael Academy organised a training programme in diplomacy, stability and prosperity for diplomats from Central-Asia and Mongolia.

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Is Obama nu voor of tegen kernwapens?

11/08/2014 • Opinion

Wat betreft het verminderen van de kernwapendreiging in de wereld vallen op het eerste gezicht weinig successen te noemen.

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MH17 and the diplomacy of business going Dutch

11/08/2014 • Opinion

MH17 has left Dutch society in a state of mid-summer anaesthesia.

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Wat Obama wil met militaire interventie Irak

08/08/2014 • Opinion

Met grote, hele grote tegenzin heeft president Obama voor het Amerikaanse volk verklaard dat hij toestemming geeft tot ‘mogelijke’ militaire luchtaanvallen.

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The legitimacy of the weapons of mass destruction regimes

07/08/2014 • Reports and papers

Marked changes in the institutional set-up of tackling WMD proliferation, encompassing key innovations in transnational governance, have not fundamentally improved the legitimacy of the regimes, but have made them more effective.

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The legitimacy of the G20 and related bodies on international finance

07/08/2014 • Reports and papers

The G20 proved a good tool for immediate crisis management in the wake of the economic crisis. But how representative, accountable and effective is it? And what is the future role of the G20 in the system of international finance?

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The legitimacy of governance of climate science, policy and finance

07/08/2014 • Reports and papers

How legitimate are new transnational governance arrangements in the field of climate change? Arguably, this is closely linked to the extent to which climate change is considered a pressing global challenge.

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New and old global health actors: effectiveness vs. legitimacy?

07/08/2014 • Reports and papers

In an increasingly crowded global health landscape a debate has emerged on who does what, how and financed by whom. The effectiveness of the delivery of global health benefits a lot from the newer forms of transnational governance and from new funding.

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