European Institutions

  • EU Commission Refers Poland to Europe's Top Court Regarding Judiciary Independence

    April 07, 2021

    The European Commission announced it will refer the Polish government to the European Court of Justice for undermining the independence of that country's judiciary through a reform law passed in 2019 that prevents judges from referring questions of law to the European Court of Justice.

  • UK to Pilot COVID Certificates

    April 07, 2021

    As the U.K. heads towards reopening the economy, Britain will start piloting domestic COVID certificates this month, granting access to selected venues including sports stadiums and nightclubs, to those who have had the vaccine or natural immunity, but businesses, including pubs and restaurants, will not be required to ask customers to prove their COVID status due to concerns of discrimination.

  • Populist Leaders Meet Seeking ‘European Renaissance’

    April 07, 2021

    Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban hosted talks with Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and Italy’s former interior minister, Matteo Salvini, in hopes of creating a new nationalist political force on the European stage which Orban described as a « European renaissance ».

  • EU’s Influence Over Financial Rules Eroded by Brexit

    April 05, 2021

    Brexit has created a shift in the EU’s rule-making power over London, the world’s second-largest financial center, weakening Brussels ability to use the influence to set global standards and pressure other countries to align with the bloc.

  • Ukrainian President Dismisses Two Constitutional Court Judges

    March 30, 2021

    Following the Ukrainian Constitutional Court’s decision to strike down anti-corruption legislation last October, President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has dismissed two judges from the Constitutional Court, who were appointed by pro-Russia former President Viktor Yanukovych.

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