Michael Edwards is editor of Transformation.
How to fight for digital human rights?
Six countries. Six different paths to EU integration.
The secretive EU-US trade deal explained
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We're immersed in one of the most dynamic
periods of public protest ever recorded, so let’s seize the day.
In which the man from New Orleans remembers some prelapsarian years reflected in the music of the times, "when “shaking your moneymaker” did not suggest manipulating one’s PAC"
“There is no
justification for racial discrimination, in theory or in practice, anywhere”
and certainly not in Britain or Australia.
A meaningful legal response would be the
establishment of global privacy standards – a ‘new universal law on
surveillance’. Undoubtedly, EU law and case law could provide a guiding light.
The Tories maintain the electoral momentum and the
political initiative, something which is not only going to damage Labour
irreversibly, but the entire country, with Brexit negotiations breaking it
A look at Donald Trump’s 'travel bans' with an eye to
the harvesting of personal data, and the EU-US Privacy Shield, now on life support.
post-referendum Turkey, it is not just Erdoğan and his supporters but the
opposition as well who refuse to recognize their adversaries as legitimate – an
There is a disconnect between law and practice
whereby the EU is continually reforming the Common European Asylum System
(CEAS) but seems incapable of implementing it.
Is this goodbye
to British politics and goodbye to Britain?
The fight against corruption is often sold as the pill to end all postsocialist ills. Activists and researchers in Poland, Russia and Ukraine give their views on why we need to challenge it.
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