Ēriks Selga

Fellow, Digital Innovation Initiative & Transatlantic Leadership Program

Ēriks Selga is a Non-resident Fellow with the Digital Innovation Initiative and Transatlantic Leadership program at the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA). Ēriks is a former Digital Innovation Baltic Fellow at CEPA and is a Visiting Researcher at the Latvian Institute of Foreign Affairs, Associate Scholar at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, and a current Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law, where he is studying the intersection of law and innovation in the context of FinTech and other datafication trends. Ēriks holds a Master’s degree in International Law from Temple Beasley School of Law. Ēriks research will focus on data governance in the transatlantic space and will explore how NATO has adapted to transatlantic digitization.

Written by Ēriks Selga

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