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  • Sovereignty in the 21st Century

    Sovereignty in the 21st Century

    Manel Moya Noguera | | 0
    Some scholars wonder if sovereignty no longer belongs to States because of the existence of supranational and infranational authorities; the British EU withdrawal and the Catalan case are two good examples of the persistence of State sovereignty.
  • A Politics of Borders in a Summer of Crisis

    A Politics of Borders in a Summer of Crisis

    Due to international tensions, the current summer has been labelled as the “summer of crisis”. Politicians have responded through a language of borders, but the question arises whether such discourse is suitable to denominate contemporary conflicts.
  • The advent of cross-border remote searches?

    The advent of cross-border remote searches?

    Our minister of Safety and Justice sent a letter to Parliament with several far reaching proposals, including the possibility to hack computers in foreign countries in order to gather evidence. This can lead to interesting cross-border legal issues.