The European Union and China: the power of feelings

College of Europe students visited the Chinese Mission to the EU in Brussels By: Elise Cuny On 13 January, a group of ten students accompanied by Professor Men, director of the EU-China Research Centre in the International Relations and Diplomacy department, were warmly welcomed to the Chinese mission to the EU by the First Secretary for … More The European Union and China: the power of feelings

THE NEW PINOCCHIOS

What Carlo Collodi’s Classic Helps Reveal About the Post-Truth Phenomenon. By: Jessica Ní Mhainín In Pinocchio the notoriously dishonest puppet is compared to a hare, a goat, a fish, a frog, a bird and a dog. When the former Irish Prime Minster, Bertie Ahern, was confronted with evidence that contradicted a statement he had previously made, … More THE NEW PINOCCHIOS

OPINION: Comprendre Léopold II dans son contexte

  Le récent débat que semble avoir suscité durant la semaine Bénélux l’affichage, parmi d’autres monarques, de la figure controversée de Léopold II, Roi des Belges de 1865 à 1909 et Roi-souverain de l’Etat indépendant du Congo de 1885 à 1908, m’est apparu à la fois intéressant et surprenant. By: Tanguy de Wilde, Professeur invité au Collège … More OPINION: Comprendre Léopold II dans son contexte

OPINION: THE FORCE OF THE WRITTEN WORD

A reply to “THE CASE OF LEOPOLD II: WHAT DOES IT SAY ABOUT US?” In a world where journalism appears to be losing value, we should not put an end to written debate as a constructive and respectful tool of communication. By: Beata Thor The notions of post-truth society, alternative facts and political correctness are being circulated … More OPINION: THE FORCE OF THE WRITTEN WORD