Professor Christopher McCrudden, from Queen’s University Belfast, argues that trust in the Union has significantly disappeared judged by a set of criteria: consent, material self-interest, individual and collective rights, and emotional attachment.
Policy Report | European policies towards Chinese tech companies: European interests, security risks and policy recommendations
This report identifies Europe’s digital interests and analyses the perceived risks associated with Chinese tech companies, based on which it proposes a number of policy recommendations for European countries.
Richard W. Clary, from Harvard Law School, provides a summary of the model of American federalism and of the lessons to be learned from this system.
Professor Alison Young, from Cambridge University, provides a possible answer to the English question – the role of England in a devolved United Kingdom.
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