Liberated cities are prone to vigilante justice against those accused of conspiring with the enemy.
Hybrid viruses can emerge from co-infections. And we don’t know their effects.
The controversial Dutch politician has won the most seats in parliament, but may still find it expedient to be the junior partner in a coalition government
The iconic plant of the Netherlands saved thousands of people from starvation in times of famine and today it is once again appreciated for its gastronomic qualities.
New regulations are being drafted in the Netherlands to allow euthanasia for a small group of children aged one to 12 for whom palliative care is not sufficient.
Guardianship is generally presented as a ‘win-win’ business model. But many guardians do it out of financial stress, not choice.
The key problem is access to information: Russia has refused to accept responsibility and prevented the investigators from gathering evidence from Russian nationals.
Language-learning research in the Netherlands has determined that using a foreign language rather than just memorizing its grammar can transform how students progress.
Tangible solutions would reduce livestock methane emissions, while also improving productivity and livelihoods.
The Dutch example in the convictions relating to the MH17 crash is one other courts, including in Australia, should follow in response to Ukrainian war crimes.
Sweden is considering a deal to send foreign prisoners to jails in other countries – but is this just a way of getting rid of unwanted foreign criminals?
The emission reduction targets outlined for Canadian fertilizer use will not lead to food shortages and food insecurity.
Tourism, when co-created with refugees and asylum-seekers, can be a powerful tool for dismantling anti-immigrant attitudes.
Both the Russian and US arsenals boast thousands of nuclear weapons, located in various places around their own countries and, for the US, in Europe as well.
The ICAO is responsible for setting standards for international aviation and doesn’t frequently settle disputes between nations.
To understand the politics of “Bersiap”, we must refrain from the dichotomous framing of Netherlands/Indonesia as us/them that has plagued years of public debate on the two countries’ colonial past.
Trips to their home countries by migrant youth help them create and update their relationship with the countries their families come from.
The March elections in the Netherlands, and the fact that a government still hasn’t been formed, illustrate both the benefits and problems with proportional representation.
There will be 17 parties in the 150-seat parliament – and the radical right holds more of them than ever.
Dutch parents worked more and had less leisure time – particularly if they were women.