American war veterans of the 82nd Airborne Division will travel to the Netherlands to open a new city bridge in Nijmegen on Nov. 23.
In line with the vision of the One City, One Neighborhood, One Island, One Nation alliance, Excel Academy Public Charter School in Washington, D.C. and Kudawecha Primary School in Aruba have established a collaboration to contribute to the health and well-being of their students.
Yesterday evening, after a debate of more than 12 hours, a majority in the Dutch Parliament agreed upon the purchase of the F-35 as the successor to the current RNLAF F-16.
The Dutch diplomatic network in the United States is shocked and saddened by the loss of Charles A. André de la Porte, commonly known as Arnie.
(Washington, D.C.) — Historian and New York Times Magazine contributing writer, Russell Shorto, will come to the Royal Netherlands Embassy at 5 p.m. Nov. 7 to discuss his newest book, “Amsterdam: A History of the World’s Most Liberal City.”
At the request of the United Nations, the Netherlands will contribute to MINUSMA, the stabilization mission in Mali. This was confirmed today by the government in a letter to parliament.
(San Francisco) — The Netherlands and California lead developments in sustainability, mobility and energy. To explore opportunities for cooperation, knowledge-sharing and synergies in these areas, the Consulate General of the Netherlands in San Francisco will host a delegation from the Dutch government and businesses leaders.
Policy advisors from both sides of the Atlantic Ocean came together in The Hague on Oct. 16 to discuss the rise of Asia as a political and economic power, and the impact it could have on transatlantic relations.
(Washington, D.C.) -- Recognizing that 2.5 billion adults worldwide are "unbanked" and that close to 200 million micro to medium enterprises in developing economies lack access to affordable financial services and credit, leaders today at a major World Bank Group forum put forward a vision for achieving universal financial access by 2020.
In response to the continuing economic crisis, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs needs to cut one-fourth of its spending by 2018.