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The United Kingdom’s Brexit strategy is increasingly being revealed for being based on wishful thinking, not facts, with devastating consequences for the upcoming talks.
The judgment of the European Court of Justice to relocate refugees was met with dividing reactions by the complainant countries. Overall, only 28.242 out of the intended 160.000 refugees have been relocated from Greece (19.702) and Italy (8540) under the scheme so far.
The European Union is currently in the process of overhauling its anti-dumping regime, changing the methodology in a way that it hopes will appease China while preserving the effectiveness of the EU’s trade defence instruments. However, in his Master Thesis Olav de Wit, LL.M. of the Master...
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With pleasure, we look back on a very successful alumni day. After a short word of welcome of our dean prof. Hildegard Schneider, alumni of various graduation years met during a lively Meet & Greet session. This was followed by a very interesting lecture by prof. Bruno de Witte about “The Future of European Integration beyond Brexit”
On Thursday, 7 September, the annual Kick-Off meeting of the Master Staats- en bestuursrecht took place in the Feestzaal. Professor Aalt-Willem Heringa ((comparative) Constitutional and Administrative law) welcomed all students.
The Ministry of the Interior has written a response to the report ‘Cross-border workers in Europe’ (Grenswerkers in Europa) in a Letter to Parliament. Furthermore the minister addresses the progress of cross-border cooperation.