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Hello world! NEW
From Bubble to Beltway 2 Months, 1 Week, 2 Days, 9 Hours, 51 Minutes ago
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Let’s Be Honest About Cosmetic Surgery Cost NEW
From Bubble to Beltway 1 Year, 4 Months, 5 Days, 22 Hours, 20 Minutes ago
In our society in present times, we have an “I-want-it-now” mentality, and when we see something we wish or that we extended for, we become very eager to have it for ourselves. We can typically come to be quite discontent … Continue...
Wedge Sneakers are Now the 1st Choice of Fashion Savvy Women NEW
From Bubble to Beltway 1 Year, 7 Months, 2 Weeks, 2 Days, 8 Hours, 12 Minutes ago
We have to admit that women are lot more fashionable than men. Women love to do shopping. If you see their wardrobes, then you will find that they are FULL. In fact, some women are so crazy that they do … Continue reading →...
Comparing Life In The Suburbs With Life In The City NEW
From Bubble to Beltway 1 Year, 9 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days, 15 Hours, 25 Minutes ago
If you’ve lived in the city your whole life and finally decide to move to the suburbs, you might just find yourself pleasantly surprised. Unlike living in the city, you don’t have to contend with the daily noise and traffic … Contin...
Public Affairs – An Important Function of Your City NEW
From Bubble to Beltway 1 Year, 9 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days, 15 Hours, 26 Minutes ago
If you want to make a difference to your city and help improve the quality of life of your surroundings, then it becomes necessary to gain some knowledge of public affairs of your city. The issues surrounding the local inhabitants … Continue re...
DC life was short but sweet…now for the second coming NEW
From Bubble to Beltway 2 Years, 10 Months, 2 Weeks, 1 Day, 2 Hours, 42 Minutes ago
In case you’ve not noticed, it’s been a while since I posted here… Another dead ‘un in the great blogosphere graveyard. Fear not however, there is a second coming.  The reason for my silence is in Spring I left the Beltway a...
Public affairs – What I want is data NEW
From Bubble to Beltway 3 Years, 3 Months, 4 Days, 16 Hours, 30 Minutes ago
Thanks to my good colleague Christian Thams in our Brussels office for mailing me a paper by Dr. Heike Kluever on “Lobbying and the issue context: a quantitative analysis of issue group influence in the European Union“. The findings of Dr...
New Year, New Congress NEW
From Bubble to Beltway 3 Years, 3 Months, 1 Week, 6 Days, 17 Hours, 25 Minutes ago
Clearly lots of questions here as to how the new Congress will play out and the effects it will have on issues. One big question is how Republicans control of the House will be used to deny federal agencies, such as the EPA and FDA, the resources nee...
How not to get carried away with shiny new toys this Christmas NEW
From Bubble to Beltway 3 Years, 4 Months, 2 Days, 12 Hours, 10 Minutes ago
One shiny new toy I am completely carried away by. Image via Wikipedia An interesting blog post by Mathew Lowry on the European Commission’s fascination with all things social media over on the blogactiv platform, along with commentary from mem...
A U.S. take on lobbying and why it’s important NEW
From Bubble to Beltway 3 Years, 4 Months, 3 Weeks, 12 Hours, 51 Minutes ago
A video from the American League of Lobbyists on the benefits to society of lobbying (via K Street Cafe). While it clearly plays for a U.S. audience (I can see an E.U. being quite different in focus) it does at least reflect my thoughts on the need f...
Two lessons worth repeating NEW
From Bubble to Beltway 3 Years, 4 Months, 3 Weeks, 3 Days, 14 Hours, 13 Minutes ago
I was back in Brussels last week for the second time in two weeks.  As ever there was a lot going on in our busy and rapidly expanding FH Brussels universe. It seems that we ran out of desks some time ago as I ended up in the playpen with our great...
Thoughts on global public affairs NEW
From Bubble to Beltway 3 Years, 5 Months, 5 Days, 2 Hours, 52 Minutes ago
Earlier this week saw me return home to Brussels for the first time since I moved out here in early May. I was lucky enough to be invited to come back to Europe to share my thoughts on global public affairs with a client in an interesting two hour lo...
Two for Tuesday: colleagues worth reading NEW
From Bubble to Beltway 3 Years, 5 Months, 2 Weeks, 1 Day, 4 Hours, 27 Minutes ago
Riding home on the Metro last night I whacked out the longest comment to a blog post I think I’ve ever written (thanks iPad!) You can check out my meanderings on the future of public affairs in the E.U. here. Not sure it was great netiquette, b...
Heads you lose, tails you… NEW
From Bubble to Beltway 3 Years, 5 Months, 2 Weeks, 1 Day, 21 Hours, 38 Minutes ago
Overheard today. Obama is criticized for being far too European in his domestic policies, while not focusing enough on Europe in his foreign policy agenda. Seems he can’t win.
Perhaps it’s the chemicals, but I agree with the environmental NGO movement NEW
From Bubble to Beltway 3 Years, 5 Months, 2 Weeks, 4 Days, 17 Hours, 34 Minutes ago
I can’t claim to agree with the NGO movement on much about chemicals policy over the last eight or so years, but I can at least agree with the basic gist of this post from NRDC. It strikes me, as I note below, that now may well be the time to g...
Could a Republican Congress mean more legislation? NEW
From Bubble to Beltway 3 Years, 5 Months, 3 Weeks, 5 Days, 17 Hours, 17 Minutes ago
Even the most optimistic of Democrats struggle to believe they’ll hang on to a majority in the House. There seems to be no way back to the filibuster proof majority required in the Senate. However, fear not those who believe all hope for action on...
Neither the U.S. nor the E.U. wants to kill its citizens NEW
From Bubble to Beltway 3 Years, 5 Months, 4 Weeks, 16 Hours, 43 Minutes ago
Last week over dinner I listened to former E.U. commissioner Guenter Verheugen make an impassioned and at times enlightening plea for a strengthening of the Trans-Atlantic relationship. Listening to the BBC World Service this evening at home there wa...
The first cut is the deepest? NEW
From Bubble to Beltway 3 Years, 6 Months, 4 Days, 12 Hours, 10 Minutes ago
You may not agree with them, but you have to admire the cajones of the Con-Lib government in the U.K. The kind of swinging cuts that have been announced and widely trailed have given rise to a fair bit of consternation. Like, do these guys expect to...
A more scientific view of how time affects us NEW
From Bubble to Beltway 3 Years, 6 Months, 5 Days, 17 Hours, 52 Minutes ago
My post last night on my reflections on time here in the U.S. led to a comment from Dan in Brussels. His comment reminded me of the video below from the RSA in the U.K. on the subject of how our perception of time affects us. Interesting video from a...
Now there’s a problem NEW
From Bubble to Beltway 3 Years, 6 Months, 6 Days, 7 Hours, 14 Minutes ago
I think I may slowly but surely becoming more American. Earlier this week I noted I became irritated by the fact that five minutes after sitting down in a D.C. restaurant I was still without a menu or the obligatory glass of iced water. My response g...