The March elections in the Netherlands, and the fact that a government still hasn't been formed, illustrate both the benefits and problems with proportional representation.
There will be 17 parties in the 150-seat parliament – and the radical right holds more of them than ever.
Dutch parents worked more and had less leisure time – particularly if they were women.
The annual Dec. 5 tradition sees performers don blackface and afro wigs. But a growing number of Dutch citizens believe it's time to wave goodbye to Black Pete.
The slave revolt in Berbice, modern-day Guyana, was unusual for its length and near success. So why are so few of the revolt's documents in the Caribbean nation's archives?
An increase in cyclists due to the COVID-19 pandemic means that cities need to look at what it means to develop and maintain inclusive bicycle infrastructure.
Whatever we're told about shareholder primacy, their rights to control companies are actually very limited.
Even accounting for factors like age and population density, the role of air pollution in explaining the spread of COVID-19 cases is compelling.
New research shows how a lack of basic information caused by the language barrier can lead to the spread of fake news in refugee communites.
A group of Dutch families of foreign fighters detained in Syria are trying to get The Netherlands to repatriate them.
Examining the first newspaper notices from 400 years ago reveals the beginnings of marketing strategies that would eventually power the advertising world into the modern era.
Migrants benefit from attachment experiences that help them form a sense of belonging, build resilience and negotiate their quality of life.
Social status and location affected Dutch Jews' chances of survival.
Ahead of the 2019 EU elections, experts from the Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Sweden and Norway look at how the EU is perceived, key issues and perspectives for the election.
The Dutch holiday on May 4 that commemorates the country's dead from World War II and after reveals how Dutch policy divides people along racial lines and ignores the Indonesian dead in that war.
The surprise acquisition by the Netherlands of 14% of Air France–KLM, which triggered a dispute between the two nations, reveals a trend toward more of a national approach to industrial interests.
Progress, in historical terms, has so often meant clearing places of their native inhabitants – both human and non-human.
It's important to unearth how discriminatory immigration policy, largely invisible to the general public, undermines citizens’ rights and position.
Brexit has stimulated the debate about the net economic benefits of EU membership. New findings show these are not clearly positive.
A floating park made from discarded plastic in Rotterdam could spark new thinking on how we manage waste.