Concerns have been raised about the possibility of some unlicensed taxi drivers in Brussels “ripping off” the travelling public.
As September and the start of a new school year begins, the time seems right to reflect on a subject that is dramatically absent from the curriculum: music.
If Vladimir Putin decided to invade the European Union, Russian tanks could be in Brussels within 48 hours.

Will Russia break the European consensus?

Tuesday, 18 September 2018 12:54 Written by
While the EU may have successfully extended its visa bans and asset freezes targeting Russian politicians and Russian-backed separatists in Ukraine last week, the signs that disinformation and interference are increasing Russia’s soft power across the continent are becoming increasingly hard to ignore.

How to tame Big Tobacco

Friday, 31 August 2018 16:19 Written by
It’s been described as “one of the tobacco industry’s greatest scams,” which is a bold claim when you consider the allegations it’s faced in the past.
Belgium has failed when it comes to immigration, according to politicians and reports.
The fact that nothing occurs, can sometimes be quite an occurrence. The recent lecture of NV-A politician, Theo Francken, at the Free University of Brussels (VUB) is a case in point.
Do you want to continue receiving emails from us? Please click here to remain subscribed.You have no doubt received many emails like that recently. That is because the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into force on 25 May, gives Europeans new rights – and businesses and organisations…
Belgium national post Bpost has recently announced that it will get rid of around 30 percent (or 4,000) of its iconic red mailboxes, located all around the country.
With US President Donald Trump unilaterally taking a sledgehammer to the Transatlantic alliance, can the EU keep the painstakingly constructed international order from disintegrating?