Hugo Klijn

Senior Research Fellow at the Clingendael Institute

Hugo Klijn is a Senior Research Fellow within the Security Unit of the Clingendael Institute. The main focus of his work is on Transatlantic security issues and arms control. He has a special interest in the Russian Federation and the former Soviet republics. He has been seconded to Clingendael by the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, where he has worked in the Security Policy Department, the European Department and the Strategy Advisory Unit. He held foreign postings in Moscow, Belgrade, Brussels (NATO) and Vienna (OSCE).

My work
Books & Movies - Conflict and Fragility
Zelensky schittert, maar zijn biograaf niet
Opinions - Diplomacy & Foreign Affairs
Disaster Relief – but Europe should keep calm and carry on
Analysis - Diplomacy & Foreign Affairs
Memory Politics and History as a Moving Target
Opinions - Coronacrisis
The Undoing of American Exceptionalism – and what comes next
Opinions - Coronacrisis
About declaring a new pandemic world order
Series - Geopolitics & Global Order
Are conventional arms control treaties all dead letters?
Series - Geopolitics & Global Order
The Crisis in Arms Control: What Crisis?
Opinions - Conflict and Fragility
What to expect from a summit on the Eastern Ukraine crisis?