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The Permanent Court of Arbitration: A Steadfast Pillar of the International Rules-Based Order

The Permanent Court of Arbitration (“PCA”) is one of the institutional pillars of the peaceful settlement of international disputes, a foundational principle of our international legal order. With 122 contracting parties, the PCA is an intergovernmental organization created to facilitate arbitration and other peaceful means of dispute resolution.

30 years of the Slovak Republic in freedom, democracy, with free elections – and in security

30 years of the Slovak Republic's democracy commented by H.E. Marián Jakubócy.

Better China, Better World

Understanding China Better through the 20th CPC National Congress By H.E. Mr. Tan Jian, Ambassador of China to the Kingdom of the Netherlands As the...

War in Ukraine and casualties beyond the shore of Europe: What can we do in The Hague?

It seems CFC have been urging its member states to pay greater attention to the impact of the Ukraine war on developing countries.

Neutrality in the name of Peace and Prosperity

The key feature defining the role of Turkmenistan in the system of modern international relations is the doctrine of positive neutrality.

Vietnam – Netherlands – new signals of comprehensive relation

Relations between the Netherlands and Vietnam have existed for more than 400 years, when the East India Company's merchant fleet turned to East Asia, explored the market and sourced raw materials.

Vietnam & the Netherlands, celebrating the half-century of diplomatic relations

View Post Interview with Ambassador Pham Viet Anh, Ambassador of Vietnam to the Netherlands with Diplomat Magazine In the framework of the visit of the Prime...

Terrorism has no nationality, ethnicity nor religion. FETO threatens humanity as a whole

By H.E. Mr. Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkey On the evening of July 15, 2016, the “Fethullahist Terrorist Organization” (FETO) launched a...

One dream goal: boosting the relations between our countries and people

The Kingdom of the Netherlands and the Oriental Republic of Uruguay have more in common than they really perceive.  Both may sure benefit with a closer partnership.

Green Hydrogen: A Promising Future For Chile And The World

Chile could produce green hydrogen - thanks to solar and wind energy - at a very low cost, and could have an installed capacity of 25 Giga Watt by 2030, according to a study by global strategic management consultancy McKinsey & Company.

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