15.03.2021
A Democratic Counteroffer to China’s Digital Power

The EU and the US have to navigate bilateral differences and work with like-minded countries to formulate a response to China’s techno-authoritarianism.

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15.02.2021
Taking Back Control from Big Tech: The EU’s Digital Package

The digital space needs to be regulated according to a new set of principles that protect fundamental rights but also user freedoms.

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09.06.2020
The EU and China: From Strategic Partners to Systemic Rivals

For foreign policy analysts, the Covid-19 pandemic represents another twist in the winding path of EU-China relations.

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09.12.2019
Who Needs 5G in Malta?

Writing from Malta, Michele Kipiel argues that a democratic debate over what 5G technology is for and who controls it is both vital and urgent.

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21.05.2019
How GDPR Is Driving the US Privacy Legislation Debate

While US firms might dominate the tech industry, the European Union led the way on digital rights. Now US politicians too are calling for reform.

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13.03.2019
To 2049 and Beyond: A Future History of the Internet

Expert on EU digital policy chronicles the next 30 years in cyberspace: reinventing privacy online, Digital Donor Cards and where next for the EU after GDPR.

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13.03.2019
Connecting Eurasia: Europe and China in the 21st Century

Presenting “Schuman goes to China”, the cooperation on green tech, urban planning and big data that shaped the geopolitics of 2049.

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19.09.2018
Hardwiring the Future: The Threat of Discrimination by Design

If new technologies are not regulated boldly, we could find ourselves in a technochauvinist dystopia.

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04.05.2018
Who’s in Charge Here? Humans in a Robot World

The newest technological revolution is bringing tectonic change to society. Will we wind up working for robots?

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02.05.2018
Fighting ‘Fake News’ and Data Misuse In the EU – A Missed Opportunity?

An examination of the politics behind steps to regulate online hate speech, misinformation, and data privacy in the EU.

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