European defence: The case for EU coordination

In his regular EU politics pieces Gerry Callaghan reports on the EU’s push for greater European defence coordination. The European Union has called on member...

Belgian housing market remains relatively stable

Some pockets of the global housing market seem to be on the mend, while others signal prudence. Figures from the US residential housing market...

Money tips: Saving The Millenials

With his latest money tips article Dave Deruytter takes a look at the possible financial plight of a generation. The current generation below 35 years...

World economy: The rise of the robots

Dave Deruytter looks at the world economy, suggesting that the human to cyborg route may happen faster than we think. Will humans dream of...

Politics 2018: A look at the political year ahead

In our regular politics page Gerry Callaghan takes a look ahead to the issues facing the European Union in 2018. Over the past year, the...

Energy Union: getting interconnected

Companies and campaigners have told EU member states that an interconnected North Sea energy grid should be one of the ‘building blocks’ of the...

Artificial Intelligence: Big Brother’s watching you

Dave Deruytter looks at Artificial Intelligence and the possible future obsolescence of… us. Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been on the innovation radar for quite some...

Belgian Prime Minister Elio Di Rupo’s laptop stolen

It has been revealed by Sudpresse and Het Nieuwsblad that outgoing Prime Minister Elio Di Rupo’s laptop was stolen on Monday from his car....

Migrant problem: EU-Turkey deal one year on

Gerry Callaghan reviews the state of flux in the migrant problem. The EU-Turkey deal has been in force for just over a year now, and...

Tax structures: Crickhowell goes offshore

For some enough is enough when it comes to tax structures. The small-business owners in the Welsh town of Crickhowell must have thought when...
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