Born in Düsseldorf in 1955, is a freelance foreign correspondent working for a pool of German daily newspapers in Brussels with offices in Paris and London.Get in touch
27 member states, 27 governments, 430 million citizens – that is Europe. Brussels is the city in which decisions are made determining our future coexistence in the European Union. Backgrounds, analyses and viewpoints – these are among the diverse service offers provided by the Brussels office.
Whatever Brussels decides today affects our daily lives tomorrow. The articles and op-ed pieces written by the Brussels office for German regional newspapers reveal and explain what is being planned, what is considered controversial and what has been enacted.
Detlef Drewes has lived and worked in Brussels since 2004. Apart from first-hand experience of Europe and its representatives, he is also an expert on life in Belgium and the Netherlands. Whether the issue is a language dispute, demonstrations over milk quotas or disputes over Islamists – this is where readers find out what is really going on.