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In the Covid-19 crisis, Europe is paying a high price for diversity, write Alessio Pacces and Maria Weimer. The failure to coordinate national public health responses in the initial stage of the outbreak has undermined both the fight to save lives and core European values and principles. But the fight against Covid-19 is a marathon,… » read more

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Blog by Chris Anderson, University College London   Questions of expert and executive power are at the forefront of longstanding debates on risk regulation in the European Union, but the intimate connections between them too often go unexplored. By employing the theoretical tool of coproduction, those connections can be laid bare, and we can begin… » read more

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by Marija Bartl One of the issues on the agenda of the forthcoming workshop ‘Why TTIP? On its rationale, institutions and substantive areas”, taking place at the UVA on the 17th February 2015, are thedemocratic implications of TTIP’s regulatory cooperation framework. Alberto Alemmano, a visiting scholar of Access Europe and one of the most outspoken… » read more

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Last Friday, the Second Annual Conference of the Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance (ACELG) took place in the historic Trippenhuis building of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW), not far from the Centre’s home in the heart of Amsterdam. The conference, entitled ‘A New Role for the EU in Economic… » read more

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