Europe’s parliamentarians should reject a proposal that risks turning the new Digital Services Act into a vehicle for spreading disinformation
Expect the new government in Berlin to team up with France to press Europe to crack down on platforms and pursue digital sovereignty.
We complain when Russia exploits our weaknesses. Try fixing them instead
The tax marathon still has some rough terrain to cover before reaching the finish line
Poland’s most recent government “reforms” to exert political control over the judiciary are the latest in an ongoing effort to fundamentally change the nature of the EU.
Beyond these basic similarities in encouraging cybersecurity, the two sides disagree on key points
Poles may sour on a government whose actions are perceived to jeopardize their EU membership for the sake of policies that few believe are working
As EU leaders move towards a more independent foreign policy in the wake of AUKUS, the U.S. will need to reassess its strategy in order to include long-term allies
Incredibly, the United States may throw away its victory
The Trade and Technology Council avoids key transatlantic challenges