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Foreign affairs Barometer

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Background

What is the Dutch population’s view of developments abroad and in Europe? And what do Dutch people think of and expect from our foreign policy?

The public debate and policy benefit from quantitative data on this. That is why Clingendael, together with the research institute Kieskompas, developed the 'Foreign Affairs Barometer'. In this opinion research, we regularly poll as many as 23,000 Dutch citizens to find out how they view international developments and the Netherlands’ foreign policy. On this page you will find the results grouped by theme.

From September 2020 we will publish results:​​​​​​​

Barometer calendar      

"What do you think: are the Russians coming?"

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Nuclear weapons

2021

Transatlantic ties and European security cooperation   

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Interstate violence

2021

Defence (Dutch version)

Protectionism and globalisation

2021

Long-arm problems (Dutch version)

Netherlands-China strategy

 2021

China, Netherlands and technology

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Dutch people’s policy priorities  and threat hierarchy ​​​​​​​

2021 

Migration: Fort Europe with gates? (3 alerts)

2021

Cyberspace and hybrid warfare     

2021


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Europe in the World

“What do you think: are the Russians coming?”

19 Sep 2020 - 01:00

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