European Institutions

  • Navalny Takes Russia to European Court of Human Rights

    March 11, 2020

    Russian opposition politician, Alexei Navalny, has lodged a complain against Russia at the European Court of Human Rights to contest a money laundering investigation he claims authorities have opened to thwart his political activities.

  • Standish: Putin Could Rule Until 2036

    March 11, 2020

    Writing in Foreign Policy, Reid Standish explains how a series of choreographed moves have set the stage for Vladimir Putin to potentially rule until at least 2036.

  • EU Commission Summarizes Digital Strategy

    March 06, 2020

    In a recently published Q & A, the European Commission generally explains the EU's digital strategy, including a White Paper on Artificial Intelligence and a European Data Strategy, which raise issues of the degree to which EU regulation of a digital space in which private international companies participate may result in excessive regulation, taxation, and governance.

  • Britain Ready to Reject EU Demands on Human Rights Laws

    March 04, 2020

    According to a report in the Sunday Telegraph, Britain is preparing to reject EU demands to guarantee that the country will continue to be bound by European human rights laws once the UK becomes fully independent.

  • Politico: Human Rights and Greta Thunberg on Hungarian State Media Watch List

    March 04, 2020

    According to internal emails obtained by Politico, Hungarian state media authorities told staff they need permission to report on Greta Thunberg and EU politics, and banned coverage of reports from leading human rights organizations.

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