Month: March 2021

Hungary Becomes Latest EU State to Consider National Social Media Regulation

Hungary has become the latest European member state to consider regulation around social media content, after Justice Minister Judit Varga announced plans to rein in the “tech giants”, including possible sanctions against what she described as their “unfair commercial practices”. This move is further evidence of a growing trend towards online platform regulation at national …

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Coalition Crisis in Slovakia

Slovakia’s ruling multi-party coalition has been plunged into a full-scale political crisis after Prime Minister Igor Matovič singlehandedly moved to acquire the Russian-made Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine. The controversial purchase of the Russian vaccine, which follows a steady decline in the Government’s approval ratings over recent months, has intensified existing tensions between the ruling parties, …

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Post-Election Crisis In Georgia

Analysis and Implications After the Crackdown On the Georgian Opposition The political impasse in Georgia between the country’s ruling Georgian Dream party (GD) and its multi-party opposition has entered a new chapter after prominent opposition leader Nika Melia was placed under pre-trial detention on February 23. Melia’s arrest sparked significant concern among Georgia’s international partners …

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Foreign Investments in Russia Safety Alert

Overview of Limitations of Foreign Investments and Consequences for Foreign Companies in Russia Due to the significant changes of the investment climate in Russia, the

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