Árpád LAPU: The Council as a second chamber – an idea contrary to the principle of institutional balance?

During the last years, numerous institutional reform-proposals have surfaced in the European public discourse and in the EU institutions, aiming to improve the...

Mónika MERCZ: One GDPR to rule them all – or how different nations regulate data protection

When we say the words “data protection”, for most of us, The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR comes to mind. However, there are many different...

János Tamás PAPP: Pluralism in the Online Space: Can the State Force You to Be More Informed?

Understanding the complexities of the media landscape is absolutely necessary in this day and age when information is everywhere and can be obtained quickly at the tip...

Gergely DOBOZI: Barbed Hooks and the Rule of Law

Probably everyone has seen a hook in their life regardless if it is barbless or barbed. On the latter, the barb serves to secure the hook in place once it has pierced the fish's mouth. Well, the Rule of Law Framework within the European Union operates exactly the same...

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Zsuzsanna Mária NAGY: Navigating Change: Examining Brexit’s Influence on the Future of the European Union – Remarks based on Lilla Nóra Kiss’s book titled “The main legal, institutional and social aspects of exiting the EU”

The Brits have decided to exit the European Union in 2016 via a referendum, after which the long process of negotiations and bargaining between the United Kingdom (UK) and the European Union (EU) has started. The Brexit finally happened on January 31 2020, so as from...

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