The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies

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"Think tank"
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PredecessorNetherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research
Formation2007
Founder• Dutch Deep State
• Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research
• RAND Europe
• Clingendael
• Dutch Ministry of Defence
• United Nations
HeadquartersThe Hague, Netherlands
LeaderDirector of the Hague Centre for Strategic Studies
Type• Thinktank
• commercial
Subgroups• Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research
• First Dutch Innovations
Sponsored byAnswering Russia's Strategic Narratives
Membership• Rianne Siebenga
• Sijbren de Jong
• Katharine Klacansky
• Reinier Bergema
• Tim Sweijs
A vital, mostly overlooked Dutch think-tank operating in the parliamentary quarter of The Hague. One of the biggest data centres working closely with multiple Dutch ministries. The prolific alliance of founders make its ties to the Dutch Deep state and Military-industrial complex highly plausible.

The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies is a Dutch think-tank operating in the parliamentary quarter of The Hague founded in 2007 as an "independent" think-tank. Founder and historian Rob de Wijk started this organization with a small group of consultants gathered from organizations such as the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO), RAND, Clingendael, the Dutch MOD and the United Nations. It started working intensively with the Dutch government under Mark Rutte from 2010 and acts as a Dutch version of the eerie similar D.C based Center for Strategic and International Studies.

“In the last strategic monitor of Clingendael and HCSS it's concluded that we're living in an Interregnum where one power is about to be replaced by another.”
HCSS,  Clingendael (12-04-2019)  [1]


 

Related Quotations

PageQuoteAuthorDate
AIVD“Everyone spies”AIVD2020
Tim Sweijs“The Russian aggression in Crimea has deeper roots. The Russian forces are being transformed from a big group of army conscripts to smaller, agile modern units. Underneath that is also the militarization of society. There are TV-channels that don't broadcast 'The Voice', but competition between tank-divisions on some trail.”Tim Sweijs11 June 2015

 

Event Sponsored

EventLocation(s)Description
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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