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  • Catalan Elections: Independence or Self-Government

    Catalan Elections: Independence or Self-Government

    Manel Moya Noguera | | 0
    After the failed referendum, the Catalan Parliament voted to break away while the Spanish government took control of the regional authorities sacking the PM, dissolving Parliament and calling new elections
  • Should Europe implement prosumer law?

    Should Europe implement prosumer law?

    Online platforms compensate active users with discounts and free communication services, but the gap between decreasing benefits and increasing costs leads to exploitation of certain users. Is prosumer law the answer to the challenges of data-driven age?
  • The blind at the steering wheel

    The blind at the steering wheel

    Car manufacturers claim that the day when a blind person can be at the wheel is coming closer. However recent testimony in the US congress revealed a number of serious safety risks and ill-defined legal concepts related to autonomous technology.
  • What role for the chief?

    What role for the chief?

    Through a referendum in 2011, South Sudan seceded from Sudan. After decades of war and a century of foreign rule, the people of South Sudan were delirious, they were free at last. But building a peaceful new state has proven tough. What role for the chief?
  • Are religion and law incompatible?

    Are religion and law incompatible?

    Can religion and the law of liberal democracies accommodate one another, or do there remain unresolvable tensions between them? It is my contention that it all depends on what type of religion it is. Some are more compatible with law than others.