European Institutions

  • EU’s Borrell: Corruption Hampers Ukraine’s Reform Process

    February 16, 2021

    According to a speech of High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell, the European Union believes that the reform process in Ukraine continues to be hampered by widespread corruption, calling on Ukraine’s National Anti-Corruption Bureau to be fully independent as well as reassuring the country that they have the EU’s political, technical, and financial support.

  • Free Speech Debate after French Teen's Anti-Muslim Post Sparks Death Threats, Arrests

    February 10, 2021

    French police arrested five people in connection with death threats made against a teenager for her online video messages against Islam, which has sparked a debate over freedom of speech in the country.

  • Laschet : Navalny Affair Not Grounds to Cancel Nord Stream Pipeline

    February 10, 2021

    Despite growing pressure from German Greens, the United States and much of Europe, the Christian Democratic Union’s new chief Armin Laschet maintains the arrest of Russian opposition leader Alexei Nalvany is not grounds to cancel the Nord Stream Pipeline.

  • Georgia Receives EU and U.S. Support after Arbitrary Sentencing in Conflict Zone

    February 09, 2021

    Euractiv reports that the European Union and the United States have condemned the heavy prison sentence given to a Georgian citizen by the authorities in the Russia-controlled Georgian region of South Ossetia, calling for his immediate release.

  • AI Lie Detector Project Challenged in EU Court

    February 09, 2021

    Natasha Lomes writing for TechCrunch explores the current transparency lawsuit before The European Court of Justice in Luxembourg that highlights questions of ethics and efficacy attached to the European Union’s flagship R&D program which involves an experiemental facial recognition lie detector test.

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