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CEO Paul Sinning hands over report to vice-admiral Rob Kramer

July 6th 2019 - 12:00

On the Zr. Ms. Johan de Witt, CEO Paul Sinning of The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies handed over the first copy of our latest report to vice-admiral Rob Kramer, commander of the RNLN, on July 4, 2019.

The report "Geopolitics and Maritime Security: A broad perspective on the future capability portfolio of the Royal Netherlands Navy" contains the results from a research project aimed at identifying new capabilities for the future Royal Netherlands Navy (RNLN).

Download the full report here.

Johan de Witt

Paul Sinning is the Executive Director of HCSS. After graduating from the Dutch police academy in 1985, he started his career in the police force in Amsterdam. As a police officer he was responsible for several criminal investigation units. He later studied management and organization (University of Tilburg, 1995) and became a management consultant (1997) and managing partner (2002) at Twynstra Gudde, a Dutch management and consultancy firm. As managing partner he was responsible for building and developing the Security Group, specialized in organizational, business and change management within the field of security. He focused mainly on strategy, organizational development and complex collaboration issues between organizations responsible for security. He later studied public management at the University of Tilburg (2005) and has written several books about security. He has been closely involved in The Hague Security Delta from the start.