CARNEGIE EUROPE – A new wave of pan-European parties and movements could profoundly shake up and further polarize EU politics ahead of the 2019 European Parliament elections.
BLOOMBERG – The public may cheer a whistleblower, but it’s not easy to be one. While they expose fraud and abuse that otherwise would remain veiled, whistleblowers in Europe often face retaliation by their employers and other repercussions. A new proposed European Union directive seeks to change that; it might also prove useful in countering the erosion of democratic values in the bloc’s east.
Big supermarket chains govern the food supply chain globally. Its rapid growth has to do
BLOOMBERG – The Soros-funded university in Hungary isn’t the only non-governmental organization under attack in Europe.
The debate on the European Union confirmed the antithetical views of the two candidates, underlining their irreconcilable understanding of the European project.
In our highly-polarized nations, an electoral victory no longer ensures, nor translates, into societal acceptance and popular support for change.
Si le Royaume-Uni adopte le cadre normatif mis en place entre Oslo et Bruxelles, les Anglais devront accepter les législations européennes, contribuer au budget européen et respecter la jurisprudence de la Cour de justice de l’UE