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Nick has reported from Amsterdam, Barcelona and New York for various Dutch- and English-language media, including the Atlantic Council, EUobserver, Newsweek, NRC, Trouw and World Politics Review. He designed prize competitions for XPRIZE to accelerate innovation in agriculture, food and health care, and he is a columnist and investigative journalist for Wynia’s Week.
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- 2012 American presidential primaries: Jon Huntsman (Republican)
- 2013 German election: Angela Merkel (Christian Democratic Union)
- 2014 Swedish election: John Fredrik Reinfeldt (Moderate Party)
- 2014 Indian election: Narendra Modi (Bharatiya Janata Party)
- 2015 British election: Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition
- 2015 Spanish election: People’s Party-Citizens coalition
- 2016 British EU referendum: Remain
- 2016 American presidential election: Hillary Clinton (Democrat)
- 2017 French presidential election: Emmanuel Macron
- 2017 British election: Liberal Democrats and Scottish Conservatives
- 2017 German election: Free Democrats
- 2018 Italian election: Democrats
- Apr 2019 Spanish election: Pedro Sánchez (Socialist Party)
- Nov 2019 Spanish election: Regional parties
- 2019 British election: Liberal Democrats
- 2020 American presidential election: Joe Biden (Democrat)
- 2021 German election: Free Democrats
- 2022 French presidential election: Emmanuel Macron
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