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Section: The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies (The Netherlands)

    HCSS: The consequences of the Dutch ‘no’
    Apr28

    HCSS: The consequences of the Dutch ‘no’

    On the 6th of April Dutch voters rejected the ratification of the European Union’s Association Agreement with Ukraine. With a turnout of 32.2 per cent and a majority of 61.1 per cent of the voters saying… …read more Source: The Hague Centre for Strategic...

    HCSS: After the ‘no’, which options does the Dutch government have?
    Apr19

    HCSS: After the ‘no’, which options does the Dutch government have?

    On the 6th of April Dutch voters dealt a blow to the EU Association Agreement with Ukraine. Although the referendum is only consultative in nature, it does represent a significant challenge for the Dutch… …read more Source: The Hague Centre for Strategic...

    HCSS: Defense Reform in Ukraine: Civil Society to the Rescue
    Apr18

    HCSS: Defense Reform in Ukraine: Civil Society to the Rescue

    Stephan attended a meeting on Ukrainian Defense Reform at the NATO Liaison Office in Kyiv. …read more Source: The Hague Centre for Strategic...

    HCSS: The Dutch referendum in the Ukrainian newspaper ‘Den’.
    Apr15

    HCSS: The Dutch referendum in the Ukrainian newspaper ‘Den’.

    Stephan de Spiegeleire shared his views on how Ukraine was covered in the Dutch referendum and what the outcome means for the relationship between Ukraine and Europe in today’s edition of the Ukrainian… …read more Source: The Hague Centre for Strategic...

    HCSS: The implications of the Dutch ‘no’
    Apr07

    HCSS: The implications of the Dutch ‘no’

    Yesterday Dutch voters rejected the ratification of the European Union’s Association Agreement with Ukraine. A threshold of 30 per cent voter turnout was required for the referendum to have effect and… …read more Source: The Hague Centre for Strategic...

    HCSS: Why the Dutch Ukraine referendum is a joke
    Apr05

    HCSS: Why the Dutch Ukraine referendum is a joke

    Last week several of the people behind the Dutch Ukraine referendum were interviewed by NRC Handelsblad, a Dutch daily. In the interview they stated that they “could not care less about Ukraine”.… …read more Source: The Hague Centre for Strategic...

    HCSS: Panel Discussion on the Annexation of Crimea as an International Crime
    Mar29

    HCSS: Panel Discussion on the Annexation of Crimea as an International Crime

    It is now two years since Russia forcibly annexed Crimea. On 31 March a panel convened at the University of Leiden, Campus the Hague, will discuss the violations of public international law and the challenges… …read more Source: The Hague Centre for Strategic...

    HCSS: Back to the Brink
    Mar10

    HCSS: Back to the Brink

    High-stakes crises between states are dotting the world map. The annexation of Crimea locked Russia and the West into a standoff, while recent months witnessed flaring tensions between Turkey and Russia… …read more Source: The Hague Centre for Strategic...

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