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27 May 2016

Why countries are not rushing to join Putin's Union

With the European Union to its West and China’s New Silk Road to its East, EEU member countries are gradually starting to voice their disillusionment of having joined the bloc. It appears that almost 25 years after the demise of the Soviet Union the Kremlin still has not learnt that countries simply do not like to be coerced into closed-member blocs and alliances.

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26 May 2016

Back to the Brink (NL)

Onrust domineert het wereldtoneel. Sinds de Krim Crisis zijn Rusland en het Westen in een politiek steekspel verwikkeld. In de studie Back to the Brink wordt het complexe fenomeen crisis ontrafeld.

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13 May 2016

Met Trumps visie op buitenlandbeleid is weinig mis

COLUMN Toen Barack Obama president van de Verenigde Staten werd, wilde hij terecht af van de confrontatiepolitiek en het unilateralisme van zijn voorganger.

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HCSS in the media

11 May 2016

'Fresh prince of Riyadh' tightens grip on Saudi economy

A recent governmental reshuffle in Saudi Arabia has seen Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MbS) consolidate his grip on the kingdom. His Vision 2030 plan to rid Saudi Arabia from its high dependence on oil is ambitious to say the least. In his drive to modernise the kingdom MbS is likely to make a lot of internal enemies, say Sijbren de Jong (HCSS) and Cyril Wddershoven (MEA Risks).

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4 May 2016

Inzet F16's boven Syrie

HCSS in the media

2 May 2016

Empty Gazpromises

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28 April 2016

Royal Netherlands Air Force's Airpower Symposium

HCSS in the media

20 April 2016

IS verliest terrein en raakt in geldnood

HCSS in the media