At the intersection of Germany, Belgium, and France lies one of Europe’s most unique small countries: Luxembourg. Under its official name, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, Luxembourg is politically organized as a constitutional monarchy, with current monarch Grand Duke Henri and Prime Minister Xavier Bettel controlling the political landscape. Luxembourg barely measures 1,000 square miles (or 2,586 kilometer square) yet boasts an active capital: Luxembourg City—the country’s most populous area and a central banking district for Western Europe. Luxembourg has three official languages: Luxembourgish, French, and German, with English serving as the main language in the business sector.

The multilingual population of Luxembourg creates unique opportunities and obstacles for the public sector including the media system. Consisting of a local population of just under 600,000 ...

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