The Coronavirus health crisis raises the question of Vladimir Putin’s leadership. Entrenched in his bunker, the Russian president delegates to the regions, until now neglected, part of the management of the crisis. In a Russia where the political scene is…

Hong Kong, victim of the Sino-American confrontation Beijing has been showing its muscle recently as it tries to tighten its grip on the Hong Kong metropolis, in apparent defiance of the principle “one country two systems”. Donald Trump’s hard-line attitude…

Appeared 5 months ago in China in the province of Hubei, the COVID-19 pandemic is decreasing in the world, with respect to either the number of new cases or deaths, but it is not extinct, far from it. New epidemic…

Most governments advise people not to book holidays abroad this summer, given the uncertainties regarding the evolution of the global SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. Most officials estimate this prospect as being “not reasonable”. While deconfinement is supposed to start in many countries…

The Italians love bambinos, and it shows. Stay in a hotel with children in Italy and you will never feel as if you are being barely tolerated (if not, downright avoided), as you might in other countries. Kids are showered…

6 Things to Do In Budapest

February 27, 2019 0

Clustered on the sparkling edges of the romantic Danube, Budapest is Central Europe’s most stunning city. Studded with gems of Baroque, Neoclassical, and Art Nouveau architecture, Budapest is a haven of attractive parks, fascinating museums, pleasure boats, and Turkish baths.…

The Netherlands, often referred to as Holland, is part of the Low Countries along with Belgium and Luxembourg. Much of the country is flat, and indeed a lot of it is below sea-level. The country is perhaps most famous for…

National Geographic included Ireland among its top 10 hiking locations in the world, and for a small island, it certainly packs in a wide variety of terrain and experiences for the walker. From the jagged cliffs of Donegal to the…