Breyer: Why not install CCTV cameras in private departments?
Digital rights activist and MEP Patrick Breyer explains how “chat control” got approved in the European Parliament, why it’s missing its primary goal, why it violates the fundamental right to privacy, and what it means for free speech. The Pirate Party Germany member also talks about why it would be better not to leave monitoring […]
Hungarian democracy 30 years after the transition
Within the framework of “Democracy is Europe”, a pan-European project organised by the Union of European Federalists, Eszter Kirs, Zoltán Fleck, and András Pulai talked about the deteriorating reputation of Hungarian democracy in the EU, shared their views on what has gone wrong since 1989, and discussed the possibility of returning to the European democratic […]
Martin Vlachynský: Next Generation EU is not a reaction to Covid
Slovakian economic analyst Martin Vlachynský talked in the CEA Talk podcast about why Europeans should be concerned about the EU’s €750 billion coronavirus Recovery Plan, how the European Union is moving in a centralized direction and the Visegrád Group countries are seeing Brussels as a source of money. Host: Zoltán Kész In the eyes of […]
European Strategic Authority in the wake of the US presidential election
Author: Balázs Sean BrandtEssay 2020 was undoubtedly a crazy year for world politics. But not just for politics, everyone was affected by the international trends and mechanisms one way or another. But even in our radically transformed quarantined life, there was something that brought people’s attention to one issue, a great political moment. Or rather, […]