In the twentieth century, the Dutch gradually became more concerned about cleanliness in their household than about comfort.
The bicycle and car sharing that we know today can be traced back to the ‘White Bicycles’ and ‘White Cars’ initiated by the Provo movement.
Belgium's oldest city has refreshed its identity. Thanks to the Romans.
The far right uses social media as a sort of pulpit from which to lash out without restraint against the left and society’s alleged excesses.
Ten trivia you probably didn't know about this typical Dutch snack.
With a mere 58 cm, Manneken Pis has grown from a fountain into the symbol of Brussels, known throughout the world.
Just going by today’s headlines, the end of Western democracy seems imminent. However, is a crisis not the essence of a democracy?
Rotterdam used to be a tough industrial city. Not any longer. It’s now got the energy of New York combined with the liveability of Copenhagen.
The flamboyant South African writer has eighty candles to blow out. Portrait of a complex artist.
The Amsterdam Museum ditches ‘Golden Age’ in favour of inclusive ’17th century’.
A selection of recent university press publications about the Low Countries in English.