How do we ensure safe and sustainable access to energy for all while reducing CO2 emissions? Milan passes the baton to Astana, which will host next World's Fair.
This edition of the Festival des Libertés hosted Ascanio Celestini, one of the most influent actors of the Italian Teatro di narrazione (“narrative theatre”). Cafébabel interviewed him the morning before its show,Variation pour un recit à venir, performed together with David Murgia and Violette Pallaro and translated by Patrick Bebi.
The EU-Canada Trade Agreement (CETA) has been a concern in many member states recently. The European Council attempted to overcome the deadlock caused by Wallonia’s refusal to back Belgium in signing on the agreement, but to no avail. Cafébabel asks what CETA means and why it’s important for the EU’s trade policy in the future...
Theresa May, the UK’s prime minister since July 2016, showed up at the European Council with a clear message: the UK will continue to work closely with the European Union even after their smooth (or maybe not so smooth) divorce. However, her future ex-partner is not necessarily aligning himself with such I'm-leaving-but-we-can-still-be-friends discourse.
Food, the engine that drives our daily lives, is currently a hot plate on the agendas of EU leaders. We rely on this basic commodity and almost take it for granted but it has been commonly understood and agreed that we have to protect and secure our basic needs.
Orbán seems to have double standards when it comes to migrants. On the one hand, he refuses to follow the EU's refugee-sharing quota, which would force Budapest to take in around 1,300 refugees. On the other, his government is giving permanent residency to 4,000 non-EU citizens willing to invest in the economy. [OPINION]
Despite tragic events in recent months, the city of Brussels remains a desirable location for young Europeans searching for job opportunities and internships in Belgium's international hub. Cafébabel looks into this growing phenomenon.
Voters all across Europe - young people included - are increasingly rejecting the established political parties in favour of more populist movements on both sides of the political spectrum. But what's making them turn away in such large numbers, and how can the centre try and tempt them back?
Were you at Nuit Blanche earlier this month? On this night, the people of Brussels were met with challenging pieces of art, many of which would leave most people wondering "What the heck is that?"
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