European Institutions

  • Macron appoints Labor Minister Elisabeth Borne as his Prime Minister

    May 18, 2022

    Following the resignation of French prime minister Jean Castex, President Emmanuel Macron has chosen Elisabeth Borne, a left-leaning technocrat, to lead his new government and will be in charge of steering through Macron’s controversial pension reform.

  • Tettenborn: In Defense of the British Bill of Rights

    May 18, 2022

    Andrew Tettenborn writing in The Spectator argues that critics are wrong to attack Dominic Raab’s plan revealed during the Queen’s Speech to make adjustments to the Human Rights Act by replacing it with a British Bill of Rights, keeping Britain in the European Convention on Human Rights concerning International matters but will emphasize British law on domestic issues.

  • EU Citizens May be able to Claim Damages for Pollution Levels

    May 11, 2022

    Juliane Kokott, Advocate General to the European Court of Justice, said EU governments may be held liable if they have failed to meet air quality promises following a French citizen’s request for €21 million in damages from the French governement.

  • France Proposes Changes to EU AI regulation

    May 11, 2022

    Changes by the French Presidency of the European Union continue with proposal changes to the Artificial Intelligence Act that makes significant modifications to the text related to the European Artificial Intelligence Board, market surveillance, guidelines, and Codes of Conduct.

  • EU Commission Unveils Plans to Boost Legal Migration

    May 04, 2022

    In the wake of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the European Commission has proposed a new package of measures to strengthen  legal migration including providing simpler pathways to enter the EU.

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