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Energiebesparing in Europa kan Rusland hard treffen

Europe / EUforum • Publications • 29 juli, 2014

Eindelijk doorpakken met stiefkind van Europees energiebeleid is ook goed voor economie en werkgelegenheid

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TTIP and the Renaissance of Transatlanticism

Global Issues and Asia • Publications • 07 juli, 2014

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.

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De Europese Unie in een onzekere wereld

Europe / EUforum • Publications • 04 juni, 2014

De geopolitiek is terug, aan de randen van Europa heerst instabiliteit en de Europese waarden worden door opkomende landen niet gedeeld. Waar staat Europa in deze onzekere wereld?

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De chaos in bouwput Europa

Europe / EUforum • Publications • 17 mei, 2014

Brusselse bureaucraten, politici en eurosceptici hebben allemaal zo hun ideeën over Europa. Drie schilderijen brengen de verwarring in beeld.

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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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Towards Greater EU–Taiwan Economic Cooperation?

24/03/2015 • Reports and papers

This new Clingendael Report by Clingendael’s Maaike Okano-Heijmans, Sander Wit and Frans-Paul van der Putten 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 wit

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Financing Asia's Future Growth

31/03/2015

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.

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The Netherlands and Portugal: punching above their weight?

06/03/2015 • Books and articles

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.

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Strijd rond vechteuro wordt nog veel harder

27/02/2015 • Opinion

De gevechten rond de euro waren gekmakend, maar de neuro is nu versterkt uit de bus gekomen.

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Explosief mengsel bedreigt de Unie

21/02/2015 • Opinion

De Eurokritische veenbrand die in Zuid-Europa woedt, kan uitgroeien tot een existentiële crisis in de Europese Unie.

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Europa bovenop? Europe en avant (Zeus and Europa), sculpture by Léon de Pas, 1997, Justus Lipsius building, the headquarters of the European Council, Brussels.

Tweede Kamer is te zelfgenoegzaam over Europa

13/02/2015 • Opinion

In opdracht van de Tweede Kamer is weer een rapport gepubliceerd over haar democratische controle op EU beleid. Na eerdere rapporten met titels als ‘Bovenop Europa’ en ‘Voorop in Europa’ onderstreept de Kamer opnieuw dat zij goed bezig is met de EU. Enige bescheidenheid zou haar beter passen.

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Seven suspected migrants atop a 24-foot capsized vessel 75 miles northeast of West Palm Beach, Fla., Feb. 6, 2014. The seven were discovered and rescued by the Royal Netherlands Navy vessel Zeeland.

The first 100 days of the New Frontex Director

22/01/2015 • Opinion

On 15 January 2015, the new Director of Frontex Fabrice Leggeri started his mandate. This top civil servant from the French Ministry of Interior, who also held diplomatic positions, is now in charge of coordinating the border management operations of the EU member states.

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Japan's New Middle East Policy: Good News for Europe?

05/02/2015 • Opinion

Europe should take note of Tokyo's aspirations in the Middle East. Prime Minister Abe's activism in the Middle East could undermine the ability of both sides to exercise influence.

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The Future of OSCE Field Operations

14/01/2015 • Reports and papers

OSCE Field Operations have played an important role in crisis prevention and crisis management for more than 20 years already. This report of the OSCE Network of Think Tanks and Academic Institutions is the first major effort to draw lessons from these experiences.

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Europees economisch beleid met Dijsselbloem

29/01/2015

Op 29 januari vindt de expertbijeenkomst ‘Economische coördinatie in de Europese Unie’ plaats van 15.00 – 17.00 in De Balie. De hoofdspreker is Jeroen Dijsselbloem, minister van Financiën en voorzitter van de Eurogroep.

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EU should tango with Taiwanese tiger and Chinese dragon

12/01/2015 • Opinion

The EU losing out economically and politically by letting China dictate its trade diplomacy towards Taiwan. It needs to invest now if it wants to remain the economic and standard-setting powerhouse that is it today, argue Maaike Okano-Heijmans and Roy Chun Lee.

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