The Centre for European Policy Studies has issued a commentary on the priorities for the new European agenda on migration. The authors of the commentary argue that the EU shold focus on two sets of thematic priorities: first, to develop rule of law-driven actions towards more effective sharing and uptake of responsibility by member states in rescuing people at sea and providing access to asylum. 114 more words
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The financial services industry and the European Central Bank: the UK has won a battle, but can it win the war?
Following a recent judgment in the Court of Justice of the EU, Professor Steve Peers, a specialist in EU and Human Rights Law at the University of Essex, examines the changing dynamics between the UK’s financial services industry and the European Central Bank. 1,615 more words
I recently wrote an article about the current EU targets that exist for the recycling of construction, demolition and excavation waste and whether they are structured in a way which encourages innovation and improves performance. 116 more words