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Alliances matter: political networks, the rule of law principles and the split of EU money (MFF)

Debates on the rule of law can turn out to be more political than normative. This report shows the different approaches of political groups to the debate on the rule of law in EU countries and highlights the importance of European political networks to shield national parties from hostile attacks.

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Agreement or Polarization? How European Institutions and MEPs React to Regulating AI

Following pressures to create a framework for AI, European institutions are starting to draft initiatives. However, the EU political forces have very different views on the matter, with some wondering whether algorithms could potentially replace the current representative democracies.

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VoteWatch data used by Sigrid Melchior in her latest signature-book: “Reporter’s Guide to the EU”

Sigrid Melchior, an experienced Brussels-based journalist, used data from VoteWatch Europe for her latest publication, Reporter’s Guide to the EU, a handbook addressed to professional journalists and students of journalism.

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VoteWatch Europe is not only the platform most followed by the Members of the European Parliament, but also one of the most reliable news sources for a increasing number of reputed European and world-wide media channels. Continue Reading

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Brexit: what consequences for the EU policies after the referendum’s shocking results?

A massive political earthquake shook the world this morning, as the majority of UK’s citizens
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VoteWatch Europe’s Director, Doru Frantescu, interviewed by CNN on Brexit’s implications for the EU

The global broadcasting company CNN recently listed 5 reasons the EU would miss the UK. Continue
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