Posts Tagged: Brussels

The Catalan-Flemish connection: In the loop w/ James Panichi & Nicholas Hirst

According to blogger (and regular “Guess who I bumped into” story subject) Kosmopolit, podcasts are one of the challenges for EU journalists to tackle next. “Brussels seems to be a largely podcast-free zone,” he wrote in a blogpost last March. On April 21, we

The Catalan-Flemish connection: In the loop w/ James Panichi & Nicholas Hirst

According to blogger (and regular “Guess who I bumped into” story subject) Kosmopolit, podcasts are one of the challenges for EU journalists to tackle next. “Brussels seems to be a largely podcast-free zone,” he wrote in a blogpost last March. On April 21, we

Interactive map — Brussels lobbyists’ square mile

Political gravity is pulling organisations closer to the European Parliament’s premises in Brussels. That’s the story we ran on POLITICO.eu, May 20. Tara Palmeri, reporter at POLITICO in Brussels, checked with lobbying organisations across town to understand why more and more

Interactive map — Brussels lobbyists’ square mile

Political gravity is pulling organisations closer to the European Parliament’s premises in Brussels. That’s the story we ran on POLITICO.eu, May 20. Tara Palmeri, reporter at POLITICO in Brussels, checked with lobbying organisations across town to understand why more and more

Report: Manhunt for Belgian terrorists

This article was published in the Sunday Times on Sunday, 18 January 2015. The piece was written by the Sunday Times’ correspondent in Paris, Matthew Campbell. I contributed to the report from Belgium, adding bits and pieces to the piece from Antwerp

Report: Manhunt for Belgian terrorists

This article was published in the Sunday Times on Sunday, 18 January 2015. The piece was written by the Sunday Times’ correspondent in Paris, Matthew Campbell. I contributed to the report from Belgium, adding bits and pieces to the piece from Antwerp

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European history: under construction

The House of European History, in Brussels’ quartier européen,  has gone through a rough patch ever since the project was announced in 2007. The ‘House of Horrors’, the project has been referred to. The ‘House of the Smallest Common Denominator’, too. The

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European history: under construction

The House of European History, in Brussels’ quartier européen,  has gone through a rough patch ever since the project was announced in 2007. The ‘House of Horrors’, the project has been referred to. The ‘House of the Smallest Common Denominator’, too. The

EU collapse as seen from the future

In the heart of Brussels, just blocks away from the EU institutions, the House of European History in Exile gives an insight into the heritage of the European Union. Not much news there, if it wasn’t for the fact that the backdrop of

EU collapse as seen from the future

In the heart of Brussels, just blocks away from the EU institutions, the House of European History in Exile gives an insight into the heritage of the European Union. Not much news there, if it wasn’t for the fact that the backdrop of

Street protest painting - Dirk Eelen

Syria as seen on YouTube

Belgian painter Dirk Eelen’s new exposition ‘Syria as seen on YouTube’ confronts the audience with the atrocities of a bloody conflict, and what to make of what we see. A scene of street protesters. A painting of an injured boy

Street protest painting - Dirk Eelen

Syria as seen on YouTube

Belgian painter Dirk Eelen’s new exposition ‘Syria as seen on YouTube’ confronts the audience with the atrocities of a bloody conflict, and what to make of what we see. A scene of street protesters. A painting of an injured boy

Secrecy of investigation

Although the unfortunate and dramatic gunning down of the British oil executive in Brussels happened almost two weeks ago, the British press picked it up today. Nicholas Mockford was an executive manager working for the regional Benelux division of the

Secrecy of investigation

Although the unfortunate and dramatic gunning down of the British oil executive in Brussels happened almost two weeks ago, the British press picked it up today. Nicholas Mockford was an executive manager working for the regional Benelux division of the