European Institutions

  • Krause-Jackson: Socialism Declining in Europe as Support for Populism Grows

    January 01, 2020

    As reported by Flavia Krause-Jackson, In 2019, the long decline in socialism continued in 2019, with its popularity reaching new depths and raising questions over whether reinvention can lead to a revival.

  • Bagnoli and Cerentola: "Identitarians" Changing Political Landscape in Europe

    December 31, 2019

    Writing in The Atlantic, in the context of the growth of the League in Italy, Lorenzo Bagnoli and Alessia Cerentola describe the young activists in Europe who identify as "identitarians," concerned primarily with the preservation of what they believe to be their societies' long-held identities.

  • Nahzi: Russian-backed Cyber Campaigns Disrupting Georgia Politics

    December 31, 2019

    Writing in The Hill, Fron Nahzi explains how, in the Republic of Georgia, Russian-backed cyber campaigns are driving wedges between people, "stoking fear and diverting attention from the sale of the country’s key assets — energy, transportation, communication — to Vladimir Putin's Russia."


  • Turkish Constitutional Court Reverses Ban on Wikipedia

    December 31, 2019

    In a 10-6 decision, the Constitutional Court of Turkey ruled that the Turkish government's block on Wikipedia constituted a violation of freedom of expression, paving the way for the immediate lifting of a two-year-old ban.

  • Politico: EU's Ability to Implement Privacy Law is in Doubt

    December 31, 2019

    Writing in Politico, Nicholas Vinocur details how, more than 18 months after the European Union began implementing its model General Data Protection Regulation, lack of enforcement actions and weak cooperation on investigations raises doubts about the EU's ability to reign in Big Tech.

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