Tuesday, 09 January 2018 18:04 Written by David H Price
What was the most important date in post-war European history? What was the real turning point where a European nation decided on a democratic solution for the whole Continent, its politics, economics and its defence?
Friday, 24 November 2017 11:29 Written by Martin Banks
Have you ever wondered what it must be like trying to get around Brussels, or any other Belgian city, if you are blind or partially sighted? The answer is probably, no.
This is the first in a series of articles that look at the Belgian political machinery with suggestions on how best to reform it.To say that Belgium has too many governments, ministers and state secretaries would ordinarily arouse no more controversy than to say fruit and vegetables are good for…
What happens to two-party labour relations when one party goes mad? That is the question that should be posed about the current state of management and labour union relations in Belgium, as strikes litter the landscape, driven by a set of beliefs based on extremism, contempt and fear.
I generally think of myself as a fashionable person. I am able to put together outfits and most of the time feel comfortable and confident about what I chose. I usually follow the color wheel when picking out clothes and somehow strategically making an outfit out of it.…