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On 24 May 2018 the European Ombudsman, Emily O’Reilly, will deliver a lecture organized as part of the TARN Lecture Series entitled ‘Transparency, Legitimacy and Citizen Engagement – Future Prospects for the European Union’ at the EUI. As the European Ombudsman, O'Reilly investigates complaints about maladministration in institutions and bodies of the EU. Her lecture will take place in the framework of the conference on ‘Information Sharing and European Agencies: Novel Frontiers’. 17:00. Read more and register.
edited by Leonardo Meeus and Jean-Michel Glachant
The EU is entering a wave of investment, and an era of new services and innovation which has created growing tensions between national regulatory authorities in terms of coordinating technical standards and distribution systems. This volume explores these tensions as they play out against an increasingly disruptive backdrop of digitzation, new market platforms and novel business models.
by Maria Tzanou
Since the entry into force of the Lisbon Treaty, data protection has been elevated to the status of a fundamental right in the European Union and is now enshrined in the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights alongside the right to privacy. This book, the published version of Tzanou's thesis, investigates the normative significance of data protection as a fundamental right in the EU.
By focusing on the specific practices and analytical mechanisms that contribute to understanding transformations in European diplomacy, security and foreign policy, the authors provide essential reading for anyone interested in innovative ways to grasp the contemporary challenges facing the EU and its member states.
by Alexander Etkind
A journalist, diplomat, and writer, William Christian Bullitt (1891–1967) negotiated with Lenin and Stalin, Churchill and de Gaulle, Chiang Kai-shek and Goering. He took part in the talks that ended World War I and those that failed to prevent World War II. Based on William Christian Bullitt’s unpublished papers and diplomatic documents from the Russian archives, this new biography presents Bullitt as one of the first politicians of the global era.