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The Security Unit focuses on the nature of security challenges for the world, Europe and the Netherlands and the ability to deal with them. Security is understood as a broad concept, ranging from defence to cross-border security issues. Themes therefore range from territorial defence to cyber threats, from nuclear weapons to migration challenges, terrorism and transnational organised crime. 

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The Eastern Partnership: Three dilemmas in a time of troubles

15 January 2021 - 09:00

New report assessing three policy dilemmas that need to be considered by the Netherlands and the European Union in order to make the Eastern Partnership more effective.

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Foreign affairs Barometer

23 July 2020 - 12:21