Rem Korteweg, Nicolai von Ondarza

The March 2021 Dutch elections – implications for the EU and Germany

SWP Podcast 2021/eP 03, March 2021



Rem Korteweg
Nicolai von Ondarza

On March 17, the Dutch hold general elections, which will underline the fragmented nature of their political system. Esme Nicholson reflects with Rem Korteweg (Clingendael) and Nicolai von Ondarza (SWP) on the role of the Netherlands in the EU and German strategies for further integration.

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In SWP podcasts our researchers and occasional guests discuss current issues in international politics. During the initial pilot phase we are experimenting with different formats, and episodes will appear at irregular intervals.

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