131 Speech " Maintaining a “Triple A” Alliance in an Age of Austerity" by H.E. Hans Hillen, Minister of Defense of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, for the Atlantic Council, January 12th, 2012
Minister of Defense Hillen spoke today at the Atlantic Council in Washington, DC. In his speech he pointed to his most important priorties: how do we ensure that NATO maintains its “triple A” rating as an Alliance?
132 Dutch Defense Minister Hans Hillen Visits United States; Meets with Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta
(Washington, D.C.) — Dutch Defense Minister Hans Hillen makes his first visit to the United States January 9-13 where he will hold meetings with Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta; representatives from Lockheed Martin; travel to Ft. Hood, Texas; and CENTCOM in Tampa.
The serious threat of flooding is testing the resolve of the Dutch people and civil authorities.
Season's Greetings from Ambassador Renée Jones-Bos
Dutch-American Ties Provide Nearly 625,000 Jobs in the U.S., Texas and California are the Main Beneficiaries in US-Dutch Economic Relationship.
136 ORANGE ALERT! Dutch Embassy Network Unveils Comprehensive Calendar on Dutch Cultural Events in the US
Attention, Art Lovers: "Orange Alert" is your new go-to blog for information on the Dutch cultural scene in the US.
The Netherlands promises to offer an exciting series of events both in the USA and throughout the ‘Arts Holland’ District. The program varies from old masters and music to cutting-edge dance, design and a special theatre festival in Pittsburgh.
Today, her Excellency Ambassador Renée Jones-Bos met with Miss Netherlands Universe Kelly Weekers.
Her Exellency Ambassador Renée Jones-Bos and the Embassy's Water Management specialist Dale Morris presented the Dutch approach to water management at the conference of the Natural Floodplain Functions Alliance.
140 The Netherlands and Virginia “Poseidon Atlantic Project” to Bring Wind-Testing Facility to the Commonwealth
The Poseidon Atlantic project, a private sector driven initiative with Dutch companies and supported by the Commonwealth of Virginia, will be the first facility to test and certify offshore and land-based wind turbine generators in the United States.