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The likely electoral victory of a right-wing coalition in Italy raises fears in Europe, especially for the country’s democratic resilience. Although democracy will remain intact, economic stability and civil rights could still be undermined.
The EU’s AI-cybersecurity ecosystem remains highly fragmented. To realize its technological leadership ambitions, the bloc must connect the dots between its myriad initiatives, processes, and stakeholders.
The UK’s constitution won’t change, but he could subtly influence policy in one specific area.
The promotion of the rule of law across borders should be implemented based on clear and objective standards, and distinguished from state-building exercises.
Democracy support organizations are struggling to maintain operations in states with hostile environments. They need to reassess their approach in such countries and seek to address the political drivers of repression.
The COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated the democratic backsliding that has been unfolding worldwide for a decade. Democratic reform must be advanced at the international level and enhanced in a regional framework.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson would like his legacy to be that of a successful Brexit, but most voters reject his claim. The war in Ukraine and the cost-of-living crisis has provided a vivid test of Britain's inability to 'take back control' in order to protect people from the vicissitudes of events abroad.
Liz Truss is very likely to be elected as the UK’s next Prime Minister, despite the discontent of Conservative Party members of parliament. Her predecessors’ performances under similar conditions should be cause for concern.
Brussels is scrambling to find a solution before Prishtina implements its controversial license plate decision.
The EU provides a framework to protect human rights defenders who operate in countries where rights and freedoms are comprised. For continued relevance, the guidelines must be more fully implemented and updated to reflect new challenges to human rights defenders.