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By Alba Leon The wars of the 20th Century were of a marked nationalistic or even tribal nature. And there was a small chance, and high hopes, that the 21st Century would then be about the post-national. With global menaces such as global warming looming large, it...

By Niels van de Ven The war in Yemen between the internationally recognized and Saudi-backed Yemeni government and northern Yemeni Houthi-rebels has been raging since March 2015. However, in the West only relatively little attention has been paid to the conflict. In the words of UN...

By Kenneth Pattinama On the 29th of September, the JASON Institute organised a trip to Brussels to pay a visit to the European Parliament and the Permanent Representation of the Netherlands to the EU. At the entrance of the European Parliament building we were welcomed by Janneke Stalenhoef...

By Ruben Tavenier As of 2011, Venezuela is the country with the world's highest proven oil reserves. It has surpassed countries such as Saudi Arabia and Iran, making them very dependent on the oil price, which has proven to be volatile[1]. The Venezuelan oil and gas...

By Emanuel Skoog German foreign policy has over the last decades been an oxymoron. An economic dynamo with the possibility for an integral leadership role in Europe, however, the country has often been accused of subscribing to a too cautious or uncooperative approach in addressing European...

By Rik Evers Since 2012, over 4000 European citizens have left their country in order to join the Syrian conflict. It is estimated that as many as 30% of these foreign fighters have returned [1]. This is a major concern for many European countries, where many...