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Any positive agenda with Turkey must be linked to democratic conditionality

By Nacho Sánchez Amor / 25 May, 2021

It is time to walk the talk. That is what the European Parliament’s new report on Turkey makes points out. Recently, the Turkish government has declared its desire to come closer to the EU. Now, it should prove it with real facts. The European Parliament has finally adopted its long-overdue […]

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“Like a boss” – management by algorithm is taking over at the workplace

By Valerio de Stefano / 15 April, 2021

All managerial functions are now entrusted to algorithm-powered tools, raising large expectations and new risks. This trend is not confined to platform work. No economic sector is immune to the adoption of such systems. The EU institutions are engaged in a promising process that may lead to new regulatory solutions, […]

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“The technocratic approach is not credible anymore” – real debate is needed

By Luuk van Middelaar / 4 September, 2019

In his recent book Luuk van Middelaar analyses how a decade of crises have shaped a new way of doing politics on the European stage.

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Making the European Parliament the guarantor of the independence of European citizens

By David Maria Sassoli / 30 August, 2019

We need the institutions to take on these challenges, amongst which is the European Parliament.

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