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By Hylke Dijkstra and Anniek de Ruijter It has long been recognized that public health may affect security and vice versa. The use of chemical and biological weapons by terrorists and enemy states presents a serious security threat, which can put public health infrastructures under pressure. Pandemics and epidemics – from the 1918 Influenza to… » read more

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By Francesca Galli, Vigjilenca Abazi, and Maja Brkan The conference did not aim to address only the classic privacy-security dilemma regarding data subjects, but sought to take a broader perspective on surveillance issues, encompassing also challenges that authorities face and legal questions relating to means of surveillance. Thus, the legal question at the forefront of… » read more

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by Johan Adriaensen. First published in EUROPP Blog (London School of Economics)   About a year has passed since the Walloon government opposed the ratification of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between the EU and Canada. Since then, Donald Trump’s presidency has brought transatlantic negotiations over TTIP to a halt and provided much-needed… » read more

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