Daily Archives: 4 July 2013

“Continue to move with the times”

An abdication speech is by no means trivial and is, by definition, a perilous task. The words read out by Belgium’s King Albert II, in a firm voice filled with emotion, will be studied from every angle. Approved by the … Continue reading

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An additional risk factor for 2014

Elio Di Rupo’s expression said it all Wednesday, at 16 Rue de la Loi. The Prime Minister had certainly had an emotional day, the start of three weeks which are likely to be highly charged. Nevertheless, his somber tone and … Continue reading

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“This is not the ‘transitional king’ that was presented to us twenty years ago”

What will we retain from King Albert II’s reign? We asked Vincent Dujardin, Professor of history at UCL.

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