Legal challenges may continue for 2016 law that sought to replace controversial 2014 legislation.
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Everything you need to know from the U.K. Parliament’s Intelligence and Security Committee annual report.
An outline of the scope and impact of the NetzDG, the German law targeting online hate crimes and fake news that went into effect October 1.
A summary of Joint Doctrine Publication 0-30.2, the United Kingdom Ministry of Defence’s recently published guide to the U.K.’s operative principles on the use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems.
Chancellor Angela Merkel and her Christian Democrats retained their dominant positions in the recent German federal election, but the new composition of the Bundestag will necessitate complex negotiations between parties.
The center may hold, but Germany’s smaller parties of both the right and the left are increasingly pro-Russian and skeptical of defense ties with the U.S.
The first three months of U.K.-EU negotiations suggest a fast Brexecution is unlikely.
The Grand Chamber of the Court of Justice of the European Union has issued judgments in two appeals concerning EU counterterrorism sanctions against Hamas and the LTTE (Tamil Tigers). The judgments offer a relatively permissive interpretation of the EU Council’s procedural obligations in extending existing counterterrorism designations compared to that of the EU General Court.
If the current exit polls for the UK election are correct, the Conservatives have lost their majority in Parliament.
This Thursday, while Americans watch former FBI Director James Comey’s Senate Intelligence Committee testimony, citizens in the United Kingdom will be making their way to the polls to select members of Parliament for the second time in just two years. Let’s outline the whats, whys, hows, and so-whats of the upcoming election—with a particular focus on Brexit and security.