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2 May 2016

Empty Gazpromises

Over the years, Gazprom has perfected a strategy whereby it whets the appetite of Europe’s political and business elite with potentially lucrative pipeline deals, even though the prospects of realising these projects are often unclear writes Sijbren de Jong in his column for EUobserver.

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28 April 2016

Towards a reinforced raw materials initiative

Friday, 22 April 2016 the conference 'Towards a reinforced raw materials initiative' took place at the Ministry of Economic Affairs in The Hague.

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28 April 2016

How to think about Trump and still sleep comfortably

Stephan De Spiegeleire wrote up some musings on the major foreign policy speech given by US presidential candidate Donald Trump on April 27.

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21 April 2016

Russia dodges a bullet in the $50 billion Yukos case – for now

The decade-long battle to get compensation for the illegal seizure of Yukos will continue well into the future after an unexpected — and legally questionable — court ruling in the Netherlands. However, whether or not the Russian state will be held liable is increasingly becoming a moot point. The whole Yukos ordeal, coupled with the Kremlin’s adventurous foreign policy and the international sanctions that came in response, have already done tremendous damage to the country’s investment profile abroad says Sijbren de Jong to Foreign Policy Magazine.

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20 April 2016

IS verliest terrein en raakt in geldnood

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30 March 2016

Gazprom not talking price with EU buyers

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25 March 2016

Celebrating 9 years of HCSS

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24 February 2016

Referendum Checker

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23 February 2016

Why Europe should fight Nord Stream II

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