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Rhetoric and real progress on the Women, Peace and Security ag...
How the European Union and the African Union support the Women, Peace and Security agenda in Africa
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British foreign policy after Brexit: Hand in hand?
Since the attempted murder of the former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter on March 4 th , almost certainly at the hands of the Russian state, British ministers and officials at the EU, NATO and other intern...
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Assessing the exposure of EU27 regions and cities to the UK...
Assessing the exposure of EU27 regions and cities to the UK's withdrawal from the European Union
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Brexit breakthrough - Into ever-deeper fog over both the North...
Brexit breakthrough - Into ever-deeper fog over both the Northern Irish border and the Channel
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Whoâ's afraid of the ECJ? Charting the UK's relations...
Whoâ's afraid of the ECJ? Charting the UK's relationship with the European Court
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European Parliament urges the Commission to put data protectio...
European Parliament urges the Commission to put data protection before trade interests
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The never ending European Credit Data Mess
It is now a common feature in retail finance that lending firms exchange information about their customers and process a growing amount of personal data. For so me time, the sharing of customers’ credit data has bec...
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EU copyright reform: proposal for a directive on copyright in ...
EU copyright reform: proposal for a directive on copyright in the digital single market
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Carbon budgets, buildings and Brexit: are Britain's non-EU...
Carbon budgets, buildings and Brexit: are Britain's non-EU climate change targets at risk?
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The trial is the archetype of criminal justice. It has captured the public imagination. Just think of the dominance of courtroom drama in film, TV and literature: the intense personal drama of the trial for the de...
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The Open Society and Its Enemies: An attack against CEU, acade...
The Open Society and Its Enemies: An attack against CEU, academic freedom and the rule of law
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