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  • Peace & Security Salon on Biological and Chemical Weapons

    Blog - mai 19, 2016

    What if a non-state actor like Daesh gets hold of a biological or chemical weapon? Why was the Nobel Peace Prize awarded to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in 2013? These and many more topics concerning current threats and future developments of biological and chemical weapons were discussed at the third Peace Palace Library Peace & Security Salon on May 11th.

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  • Dutch Referendum on the EU’s Association Agreement with Ukraine

    Blog - mars 31, 2016

    Today, Wednesday April 6th, citizens in the Netherlands can cast their votes in an unprecedented advisory referendum. The question put to a vote is whether the Dutch government should ratify the European Union’s Association Agreement with Ukraine or not. This blog provides some background of the EU’s Association Agreement with Ukraine and the lead up to today’s referendum.

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  • ‘Trade Talks’

    Blog - novembre 18, 2015

    On Thursday November 5th the Peace Palace Library, in cooperation with the Netherlands Society of International Affairs / Club Clingendael, organized ‘Trade Talks’. About 120 people attended the evening, hearing lectures and participating in discussions on international trade and the present negotiations of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) agreement between the European Union (EU) and the United States of America (USA).

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  • US officials rule out Israel peace deal before Obama leaves office

    - novembre 6, 2015

    US president says Middle East peace deal is unrealistic in final months in office, officials admit ahead of Netanyahu visit

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  • Chile admits Pablo Neruda might have been murdered by Pinochet regime

    - novembre 6, 2015

    The government has acknowledged that the Nobel-prize winning poet may not have died from cancer but said experts were still examining the claims

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  • Dutch PM urges South Africa not to leave ICC

    - octobre 30, 2015

    Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has said on Thursday, the eve of a visit to the country, that South Africa should discuss its problems with the International Criminal Court (ICC) from within the court, rather than leaving it.

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  • Seychelles supports cooperation with the International Criminal Court

    - octobre 30, 2015

    “Seychelles supports the Court, and welcomes the opportunity for dialogue on the ways and means to strengthen the relationship between the Court and its States Parties, as it is only with frank and open engagements, that we – as a region and a global community – can hope to move forward in the promotion and protection of human rights, and the ending of impunity for atrocious crimes.”

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  • Trade Talks on Thursday November 5

    - octobre 23, 2015

    The Peace Palace Library and NGIZ Club Clingendael are proud to invite you for an evening with lectures and discussions on international trade. Specific focus will be on the development of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).

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  • The grim task of identifying the migrants who don’t reach Europe

    - octobre 23, 2015

    Ibrahim al-Attoushi was looking for another body. Nearly every day, the dead washed ashore on this remote stretch of beach, migrants whose boats had capsized on their way to Europe. This morning there had been a report of one more.

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  • France bus crash: at least 42 dead after collision with truck

    - octobre 23, 2015

    Bus carrying local pensioners on a day trip collides with truck, causing ‘gigantic blaze’ near town 40 miles east of Bordeaux

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