Netherlands/Ministry of Defence

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Formation1813
HeadquartersThe Hague
LeaderDutch Minister of Defence
TypeMilitary
Founder ofIntegrity Initiative/Cluster/Netherlands, The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies
Sponsored byAnswering Russia's Strategic Narratives
Eager and successful partner of the US and NATO in War on Terror but can't control its own national war on drugs. Implicated in war crimes in Indonesia, Bosnia & Iraq.

The Dutch Ministry of Defence is the Dutch Ministry responsible for the armed forces of the Netherlands. Up until 1813, it was known as the "ministry of war". It is responsible for all branches of the Dutch Armed forces, airport security and the Dutch Military Intelligence and Security Service.

Activities

In 2017 the Dutch MOD assisted the development of the Dutch Integrity Initiative Cluster.[1]


Clingendael Institute

Full article: Clingendael Institute

The Clingendael Institute was founded in 1983 and is supported by the Dutch Ministry of Defence.

 

Related Quotation

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Jan Peter Balkenende“I don't get why you are so annoying and negative about this. Let's be happy together! Let's say: The Dutch are finally able to do this again, that VOC-mentality, looking beyond borders, dynamic! Right?!”Jan Peter Balkenende

 

Event

EventDescription
Answering Russia's Strategic NarrativesInvitation only one day event organised by The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies, sponsored by The Institute for Statecraft, about "Russian propaganda"

 

Event Sponsored

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Answering Russia's Strategic NarrativesThe Hague
Netherlands/Ministry of Defence
Invitation only one day event organised by The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies, sponsored by The Institute for Statecraft, about "Russian propaganda"
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