“New Threats, New Responsibilities: Europe and its Security”: join our livestream on YouTube this afternoon at 16:45, when HCSS director of political affairs Han ten Broeke will have a discussion with Florence Parly, French Minister of the Armed Forces.
Last week, strategic analyst Dorith Kool participated in a webinar on Security Sector Reform, organized by the Dutch Ministries of Defense and Foreign Affairs, and supported by HCSS and the KVBK. Missed the livestream? Watch it on our website now!
In an era of “extreme competition”, Europe remains dependent on Russia and China in key strategic areas. What are the geopolitical and geo-economic implications of this dependence? The answer to that in the highlights of the HCSS Symposium on dependence, organized by strategic analyst Joris Teer, with contributions by Irina Patrahau, Louk Faesen, Paul Verhagen and Rob de Wijk, and video pitches by our talented editor Simba Martens.
Can the EU continue to muddle its way through to victory in “the battle for Europe”, or is it time for a return to greater national sovereignty? On both sides of that statement: Rob de Wijk and JA21 MP Derk Jan Eppink in the latest episode of our BNR podcast De Strateeg.
In a column for newspaper De Telegraaf, HCSS analyst Patrick Bolder argues in favor of making the subjects of security and international politics the main focus of the Dutch formation: peace, and a secure Europe, including a safe Netherlands, cannot be taken for granted.
Directly based on the HCSS report “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly” by Dorith Kool and Tim Sweijs, the latest JASONInstitute report from reserve officer Sander Agterhuis further analyzes Bosnia and Herzegovina’s security sector.
What was the most devastating cyber-attack in history? Alexander Klimburg, author of The Darkening Web: the War for Cyberspace and HCSS Cyber Policy experttells the story in a
The Dutch are at the very bottom when it comes to knowledge about international politics. That is catastrophic in a time of major geopolitical changes – and Rob de Wijk holds politicians and the media responsible for this, he comments in his column in Trouw.
Khashoggi’s killers were trained in the US, which regularly provides these kind of training courses to allied military or officials, says HCSS defense expert Peter Wijninga to RTL Nieuws. The fact that this expertise was then used for something that cannot bear the light of day is obviously terrible, but also unavoidable.
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