The Clingendael Institute
The Clingendael Institute

Founding Year: 1983

Staff: 159

Budget: €13m (2020)

Monika Sie Dhian Ho (General Director)

A think tank and academy working on international affairs. It aims to contribute to a secure, sustainable, and just world through analyses, training, and public debate. Its “experts conduct policy-oriented analysis and research on strategic international issues,” offering policy recommendations through research and advocacy.

Themes areas:




  • News
  • e-Library – An extensive repository of resources containing policy briefs, reports and papers, scenarios, articles, and more.
    • Clingendael Spectator – The Clingendael’s specialized free-access magazine, concerned with the breaking developments in the world of politics.


The Clingendael Institute contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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