Through a TTIP agreement, the combined regulatory power of the United States and the European Union will offer the transatlantic West a window of opportunity to defend economic interests and political values in an increasingly plurilateral global order.
2015 is a crucial year for multilateral climate negotiations seeking to secure a fair, ambitious and legally binding international agreement under the United Nations Framework convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) at the end-of-year Paris Conference of Parties (COP21).
In Ons Erfdeel kunt u elk jaar een dubbelinterview lezen. Sinds 2014 brengen we dit gesprek eerst live bij het Vlaams-Nederlands Huis deBuren in Brussel, daarna op papier in het blad.
In deze jaargang buigen we ons over de toekomst van defensie.
The “Arab Spring” protests of 2011 upended the political status quo in North Africa, ushering in an era of turmoil and political uncertainty. This policy brief begins by examining regional political developments since the onset of the Arab Spring, and the impact they will have on Europe.
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.
On Tuesday 31 March 2015, Deputy Chief Economist Juzhong Zhuang of the Asian Development Bank will present the key findings of the Asian Development Outlook 2015, including this year’s special theme chapter on Financing Asia's Future Growth.
Are the Netherlands and Portugal punching above their weight on EU external action? Assessment of the impact of the European External Action Service (EEAS) on the national foreign policy-making processes and institutions of the EU member states and of the approaches of Portugal and the Netherlands.