THE END OF THE WORLD, AS WE KNOW IT

The academic year at the College of Europe has come to an end. In the last Keynesian issue of LVC, writers and editors reflect on the year passed and how to survive outside “the bubble”. You will also find an exclusive interview with College alumni Helle Thorning-Schmidt, insights on the French-German energy dynamic, thoughts on Trump and much, much more. Enjoy the read and have a wonderful summer!

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The Year Ahead

 

Curious about the year of the rooster? In the new issue our writers reflect on the year ahead. Also: insights to the situation in South Sudan, the perilous situation in Oude Zak and poetic reflections on life at the college. Enjoy!

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The Holiday Issue is here!

Between exams and ice skating, we managed to pull together a short December issue, reflecting on the year that has passed and some of the events that shaped our perception of it. Good riddance 2016! LVC wishes you a happy holiday and a good read.

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Read the Holiday Issue here

Our first issue of the semester is out

We are starting out where our predecessors left off, by taking another critical look at gender equality, both at the College and beyond.

The lack of gender balance is a serious issue that exists on all levels and needs to be further addressed both within our own institution and the European Union.

Our dossier of the month “Women on the rise?” was formulated as a question in order to give us room to explore the directions in which female empowerment is heading. As our articles illustrate, there are no clear-cut answers. For the pursuit of gender equality, it is still to a great extent a matter of “one step forward, two steps back”.

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