The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies (HCSS) is a Dutch think tank working on a range of defence and security issues for governments, international institutions and businesses. Our research is characterised by a datadriven, multidisciplinary approach, specialist knowledge and a strategic orientation. Over the years, HCSS has built up an extensive archive of reports, monitors, papers and other publications. Key research areas include European defence and international security; technology and innovation; cyber security; climate and energy security; and transatlantic relations.
The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies – HCSS
Lange Voorhout 1
2514 EE The Hague
Point of contact
+31 (0) 6 10 65 54 42
|Lotje Boswinkel is strategic analyst at HCSS where she works on European security and defence issues, including arms control. She holds a master in international security from Sciences Po, Paris.||
|Dr Tim Sweijs is director of research at HCSS, senior research fellow at the Netherlands Defence Academy, and affiliate at the Center for International Strategy, Technology and Policy in the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at the Georgia Institute of Technology.||