The EU Court of Justice explains the Zambrano doctrine: what matters is not just whether an EU-citizen parent could take care of the child, but whether the child has a relationship of dependency with the non-EU parent.
The problem of overcrowded prisons in Romania is not new. In its latest Chamber judgment the ECtHR applied the pilot-judgment procedure in order to stop the systematic dysfunction of the prison system. Will this improve the Romanian situation?
The Commission presented five different scenarios for the future of the EU. To understand the White Paper, we must not look at each scenario as such, but rather at the nature of the scenarios, and the choice for scenarios instead of a single grand vision.
Hate crimes against asylum seekers are not isolated incidents in the EU. Political actors and the media ought to recognise their responsibility in developing a societal climate in which hate crimes against asylum seekers are recognised as legal wrongs.