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Le périple du Privacy Shield semble désormais avoir atteint sa destination : après une demande de la part du Parlement européen fin mai 2016 de renforcer les garanties en matière de protection des données personnelles des citoyens européens après leur… Continue Reading →

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Aux côtés de la terre, de l’air, de la mer et de l’espace strato-atmosphérique, le cyberespace constitue la cinquième composante du territoire d’un Etat. Or, de par la dépendance grandissante des Etats et des populations aux services assurés par le… Continue Reading →

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Le présent article expose les débats qui ont été soulevés durant la conférence tenue au Parlement Européen par la commission LIBE le 12 octobre 2016, intitulée « Schengen Cooperation : Present and Future ». Depuis plusieurs mois, l’espace Schengen est… Continue Reading →

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Eulogos poursuit sa chronique les Jeux de Rio et le dopage, une chronique qui ne semble pas destinée à prendre fin rapidement.Selon le document, le programme antidopage mis en place aux Jeux a souffert de plusieurs « manquements graves ». Il relève notamment que… Continue Reading →

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“– path to peace and creativity “ – A short comment on the address by Acting President of Uzbekistan, H.E. Mr.Shavkat Mirziyoev, the 43 th Council of Foreign Ministers of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation-18 Oct. 2016- Tashkent. In his… Continue Reading →

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The 22nd of September, the College of Europe organised a conference titled “Between Cooperation and Competition: Major powers in Shared Neighbourhood – lessons for the EU”. This conference aimed to emphasise the nature of the interaction between different major powers across the world. The analysis of their interaction shed the light on challenges that can arise when major power decide whether to cooperate or to compete while dealing with their “shared neighbourhood”.

The variety of speakers involved in the conference allowed spectators to understand from different perspectives the issues preventing the EU to deal with its neighbourhood in the most effective way. The morning session focused on EU’s neighbourhood policies with its Eastern and Southern neighbours, and how no balance between cooperation and competition had yet been found. The afternoon session focused on the way other major powers (Brazil, the US, India, China) deal with their shared neighbourhood, and what lessons the EU need to learn from their practises.

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