NON ! La ville de Bruges regorge d’activités, pour tous les goûts ! Dans cette édition, parlons principalement de… bars. « Non mais ça va, le Café Pick, le Verdriet, le Trappiste, je connais déjà, j’ai lu la Bible, merci mon vieux ! ». Que nenni cher ami, je viens vous parler ici de VRAIS cafés d’ambiance ! – Allez essayer … More Bruges-la-morte, vraiment ?
Combine the words “Belgian” and “politics” in one phrase, and most foreigners will answer by rolling their eyes, stating that “it’s just too complicated to be understood”. But why exactly does it happen to be so? Let’s try a brief overview of the different political parties currently operating in Belgium. Back in the 19th century … More Belgian politics: the end of the “big six”?
Welcome to Belgium. You might have heard this phrase over and over again, but we’ll try to explain the concept “Belgium” a bit more and a bit better in future editions of this newspaper. To start off with, let’s have a look at its political system, since most of us here are supposedly interested in … More Belgium: obscurity or ingenuity?
On September 16, students of the College of Europe had a very educational and overall useful visit to Flanders fields. I have to say that it was indeed touching to see numerous graves of unknown heroes who sacrificed their lives for future generations. I admire the efforts that were made by European governments to preserve … More A trip to Flanders Fields: some reflections.