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The COVID-19 pandemic has been an eye-opener for the global trade network. It has exposed the vulnerabilities of the system as well as shedding light on the protectionism that can arise in crisis situations.
In a union built on the principles of the rule of law, recourse to litigation in the event of disputes is an essential ingredient of the justice system. However, access to the justice system is not always equitable: all too often, the (in)ability to bear the costs of legal action is a determinant factor of disputes.
Everyone loves the romance of a tenacious underdog, who charts a course to victory against all the odds. Yet in 2002 when Oakland Athletics transformed from one of Major League Baseball’s perennial whipping boys into a well-oiled winning machine, it was not fortune behind the fairy tale, but cold, calculated data crunching.
Tuberculosis. Gonorrhea. Pneumonia. These bacterial infections, formerly routine to remedy with a course of antibiotics, are becoming increasingly threatening to human health. The reason: antimicrobial resistance (AMR).
As global food insecurity rises, innovation will be key to the agri-food sector's ability to feed the world. Regulators and risk assessors have a vital role to play for a sustainable, secure and trusted industry capable of feeding more mouths with a smaller footprint.
Digital services and the data they generate are constantly growing in importance. Yet, restrictions of data flows are increasing. Cross-border data flows are essential to the global economy.
Since the reign of Franklin D. Roosevelt, ‘the first 100 days’ has become the yardstick by which to judge a nascent administration’s performance. As the Biden-Harris Administration reaches the 100-day checkpoint, what course has been charted for EU-US relations?
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, so they say. But for the 55% of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the EU who report copying by competitors as a major threat to their business, flattery is scant recompense.
Diversity and Inclusion Task Force
Despite the changing times and the modernisation of societal values, we are still a long, long way from gender parity. That is why this International Women's Day, I am choosing to challenge.