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The Role of Non-State Actors in EU Cybersecurity Policy : Towards a Cyber-Resilient Europe (Part 2)

Written by Adriana Mara Click here to read Part 1 Introduction As established in the first part of this article cybersecurity constitutes a particular challenge for the EU due to the unique structure of threats and responsibilities. Indeed, as cybersecurity… Continue Reading →

Trump: From Parody Candidate to a Threat to International Security

By Carlota Núñez Strutt, trainee in the European Parliament. Images of how Trump made his bodyguards expel a Univision journalist (1) -the hispanic TV station with the highest diffusion in the US- from one of his events, his use of the… Continue Reading →

The European Union’s Cyber security Governance: The Missing Link (Part 2/2)

By Jean-Baptiste Houdart. Originally published on 2013/02/16 In the terms described in the previous part of this article, the EU developed its own digital policy, ensuring that it addresses both opportunities and challenges of the digital world. To achieve this,… Continue Reading →

The European Union’s Cyber security Governance: The Missing Link (Part 1/2)

By Jean-Baptiste Houdart. Originally published on 2013/02/14 On January 11, 2013 the European Union (EU) established the European Cybercrime Centre as part of the Europol offices[1]. This important event raises the question of the instruments established by the EU to… Continue Reading →

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