Thursday, 08 November 2018 11:30 Written by Philippe Legrain
In a few months, on 29 March, Britain is due to leave the European Union. For the first time ever, what had been an ever-expanding club, will lose a member.
With reports that the World Trade Organisation’s (WTO) dispute settlement body will open adjudication requests from the European Union, Canada, China and others against US President Trump’s Section 232 steel and aluminium tariffs, the Gordian knot of the trade war is only getting tighter.
The municipal elections are far behind us now. All the cities and towns in the country have put their coalitions in place and are now running them, hoping to improve schools, transportation, the economy, etc.
Tuesday, 11 September 2018 18:16 Written by Martin Banks
Concerns have been raised about the possibility of some unlicensed taxi drivers in Brussels “ripping off” the travelling public.
Thursday, 06 September 2018 15:41 Written by Alicja Gescinska
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.
Monday, 03 September 2018 12:44 Written by Philippe Legrain
If Vladimir Putin decided to invade the European Union, Russian tanks could be in Brussels within 48 hours.
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.
Wednesday, 17 October 2018 11:23 Written by Mark Steen
In the two weeks since Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi walked into his country’s consulate in Istanbul for what he expected to be a short bureaucratic appointment, his suspected murder has forced Saudi Arabia’s allies in the United States and Europe to confront Riyadh’s acts of capricious violence for seemingly the…