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Once considered a hindrance to the ageing population, technology has the potential to bridge the gap between the seasoned worker and the savvy millennial with a start-up attitude.
As the Brexit deadline on 31 October looms, there are still many uncertainties about the effects of the UK leaving the EU without a deal. The effects on criminal justice, however, will be immediate and clear.
Despite starting technologically well behind America, China has developed new systems faster and more cheaply to fend off the U.S. in East Asia.
The inflow of illicit tobacco from the EU’s eastern border continues to flourish. The EU should make the most of the current situation and encourage both Ukraine and Belarus to further commit to tackling a problem.
Europe is recognising that great-power competition is back and that autopilot solutions, or knee-jerk reactions, are no more than the illusion of a plan. The game that Europe loves so much to play, multilateralism, is under threat.
Given ample evidence that the terror organization still poses a deadly threat, it is clear that the military mission in Syria is not complete.
Arming Ukraine will almost always result in a stronger Russian response. Rather than end the conflict, military assistance risks prolonging it.
On 3 October 2019, UK Home Secretary Priti Patel and US Attorney General William Barr signed a bilateral agreement paving the way for UK and US law enforcement agencies to obtain data more quickly from electronic service providers operating in each jurisdiction.
Much attention has been paid in recent years to ‘universal basic income,’ the progressive policy idea that proponents argue will help societies reduce inequalities and at the same time adapt to job losses caused by increased automation.
Everyone has heard the message that meat is unhealthy. But many people aren’t listening, and it’s not even clear they should.
If there is a single lesson to take away from the referendum result, it’s that large swathes of the country have been ignored, and that the opportunities available to them aren’t up to scratch.
When the Turks are “just passing through” a territory, sometimes they stay 500 years. Just ask the Bulgarians, who spent 500 years under violent Ottoman rule.
The shameful political game conducted by EU countries, motivated by the short-term goal of ensuring no rescue ships dock in their ports, has led to countless standoffs at sea.
How does the English judicial system permit, on the one hand, an English so-called ‘McMafia’ order [...] to be made against Azerbaijani national, Zamira Hajiyeva, forcing her to reveal her wealth and how it was obtained, yet, on the other hand, deny Azerbaijan’s request for her extradition.
I have notified the relevant authorities at the United Nations about what is taking place in Bulgaria. Activities of this type directed against human rights defenders have no place in a rule of law state, let alone an EU state.
Public opinion has never really been on Meghan's side. But her estrangement from her father has been the source of substantial (and unfair) judgement.
If the European Commission - and foreign policy chief Josep Borrell in particular - would have the EU assume a more active role in world affairs, they will be presented with a host of difficult choices, few of them black or white. Take, for example, the question of Iran.