Congolese candidate hopes for Russian largesse in UN court elections
The International Criminal Court case against Russia has muddied the waters for Congolese judge Antoine Kesia-Mbe Mindua, who is seeking election to the UN International Court of Justice.
Mintz offers its services in polarised ICC judicial elections
Ukraine war casts shadow over International Court of Justice judges' election
The campaign ahead of electing five new judges to the United Nations International Court of Justice on 9 November is divided between American influence and Russia's desire to maintain its rank.
With Damen in ambush, Naval Group could lose Romanian corvette deal
While the Romanian defence ministry is getting impatient, against the backdrop of the war in neighbouring Ukraine, France's Naval Group is openly in conflict with its local partner SNC. Dutch competitor Damen is ready to step in.
Microchip technology champion ASML tries to balance interests in China, US and Taiwan
In the midst of the global battle for semiconductor supplies, ASML is lobbying the US to ease export restrictions to China. But for Washington, this is out of the question, as the New Zealand group is the main supplier of machine tools to Taiwan, the chip-making king.
Dutch court case rocks the boat of TKMS and Thales Egyptian naval mega-deal
A court case in the Netherlands is challenging the naval exception to the country's ban of military sales to Egypt, which could have repercussions for TKMS's sale of the Meko frigates, equipped with Dutch-made Thales C3 systems, to Cairo.
Vimac Consultancy adds diplomatic touch to TKMS Dutch submarine bid
Business diplomacy firm Vimac Consultancy helps German shipyard TKMS boost its bid to supply The Hague with four new submarines. It is facing stiff competition from France's Naval Group and the Saab-Damen duo, which also have strong networks in the country.
Turkmenistan gas spat comes back to haunt BNP in New York
The legal dispute between Turkmengas and its former supplier Chemix, which has dragged on since 2012, has taken a fresh turn in New York where the role of the BNP is now under scrutiny.
Netherlands ramps up economic security
The Dutch external intelligence service has issued fresh warnings about corporate spying of the country's businesses by China, Russia and other foreign powers.
Intelligence services criticized for poorly targeted interceptions
The Netherlands' independent intelligence committee, the Commissie van Toezicht op de Inlichtingen- en Veiligheidsdiensten (CTIVD), flagged up irregularities in interceptions [...]
AIVD tries to keep cyber-enemy equipment out of The Hague
Concerned about the growing number of cyber-attacks in the country, the Netherlands' intelligence service, the AIVD, is considering an unusual [...]
The Hague aligns with Washington against Chinese spying
The Netherlands' AIVD and MIVD, the intelligence service and military [...]
5G poses threat to SIGINT stations
The Netherlands' military intelligence service, the MIVD, is looking for [...]
European alliance against Stuxnet
Two years after the discovery of Stuxnet, the first computer [...]
Models in 3D for all budgets
Costly 3D modelling is no longer the sole preserve of the military, thanks to a new software program from Pix4D.
Master Serb Spy & His Foreign Friends
Jovica Stanisic, head of Slobodan Milosevic's security services, is now facing his judges. But he has tried to buy time by citing his relations with figures like former CIA director Georges Tenet, among others.
Risk Advisory Sets Up Shop
The British business intelligence concern Risk Advisory Group (RAG) has just opened an office in Rotterdam that will be run [...]
Former European commissioner for the internal market, Holland's Frits Bolkestein [...]
Dutch Eavesdrop on Satellites
The signals intelligence agency will soon be able to intercept communications of Imarsat and Intelsat satellites.
Business Intelligence Methods and Technologies
The Gartner group is organizing the ?Gartner Business Intelligence Summit [...]