Politics: The EU in the year ahead 2019

Our politics correspondent Gerry Callaghan consults his crystal ball… It seems like not a day passed in 2018 where Brexit was not at the forefront...

Politics: Women in the race for EU top jobs

Politics: Catherine Feore looks into the not-too-distant future of the European Union employment merry-go-round and the women in the race for EU top jobs. I...

4-5 euthanasia deaths every day in Belgium

During the years 2012 and 2013, 3,239 euthanasia deaths were reported to the Federal Commission for monitoring and evaluation, which corresponds to an average...

Modern cities: We need to make some room to breathe

Dave Deruytter looks at what we can do about our overcrowded modern cities. Cities are getting so crowded all around the world! Transport infrastructures are...

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...

World economy: Going to war over trade. Really?

In his regular world economy column Dave Deruytter attempts to make sense of the impending boxing bouts between Trump… and anyone who will take...

Brussels Parliamentarium: An open door on Europe

James Drew chats to Stephen Clark about the Parliamentarium. It has now been five years since the European Parliament's visitor centre, the Parliamentarium, first opened...

Investing your money

Investing in your studies and later on in your career or business is a very valid option to succeed in life. You do not...

Tax: The winds of change in Belgium

Belgium finally has new governments, both federal and regional, and it also has a sixth State Reform.Many changes are on the way. What are...

Money: Through the Maze of the World’s Markets

Money: Dave Deruytter leads you through the maze of the world’s financial markets. Slow economic growth and high earnings are keeping the financial markets in...
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