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At the conference it is organising in Paris on 6 December, the Association of European Journalists (AEJ) joined forces with other organisations defending press freedom to call on European institutions and governments to adopt effective measures to protect...
Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso Transeuropa, Trento – After months of delays, the von der Leyen Commission is finally set to take office on the first of December. What did the last few months involve, and why did it take...
Eventually, European policy makers and MEPs greeted the start of the new European Commission’s term under the leadership of president, Ursula Von Der Leyen. In September, Von Der Leyen mentioned that the priority of the Commission’s team would be...
At the latest Romanian presidential elections, almost one million Romanians voted from abroad, largely by casting their ballots in more than 800 polling stations open from Friday through Sunday. A visual exploration of the data. ...
More than two years after the murder of anti-corruption journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, public pressure and the tireless work of her colleagues to continue her investigations are beginning to bear fruit. The alleged instigator, his links with the authorities,...
Welcome to the EU engine room: the European Parliament's 22 committees, which churn out hundreds of new laws and non-binding reports each year and keeps an eye on other European institutions. ...
The World Bank’s worldwide governance indicators provide useful data about the evolution of the perceptions within EU countries as to how much agents abide by the rule of law. Based on this data source, Southern European countries appear more...
What happens when a country does not respect its legal obligations towards the EU? Which countries are the least diligent? What is the area with the highest number of offences recorded? Our partners from OpenPolis developed InfringEye, a...

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