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by Herwig C.H. Hofmann and Päivi Leino-Sandberg(*)   Transparency and openness of Union decision-making procedures are foundational values of the EU[1] and essential to a system under the rule of law. But are the existing EU standards of transparency adequate to ensure that these values translate to legitimate exercise of public powers on the European… » read more

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  Conference Report Professor Dr. Sven Biscop (Director of Europe in the World Programme at Egmont Institute in Brussels, Professor of Ghent University) was invited to come speak about his latest book titled “European Strategy in the 21st Century: New Future for Old Power.” Belgian Ambassador to Luxembourg Dr. Jean-Louis Six opened the lecture. One… » read more

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by Helen Kavvadia, EIB fellow, Institute of Political Science, University of Luxembourg     ‘Analysing the European Investment Bank: interdisciplinary approaches to understanding the past, present and future of the world’s biggest lender’, Conference, University of Luxembourg, Belval Campus, 10-11 July 2019. Conference organisers: Dr. Helen Kavvadia, EIB fellow, Institute of Political Science, University of… » read more

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by Dr. Spero Paraventes Senior Research Fellow; C2DH, University of Luxembourg   On 8-9 April 2019, the University of Luxembourg hosted the conference ‘The Benelux, Regional Groupings and the Dynamics of European Integration: Contemporary and Historical Perspectives’ which explored the ways in which regional (sub-) groupings have played a significant, but comparatively neglected role in… » read more

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By Jasmin Hiry     This blog was first published on the European Law Blog and is reproduced here with the kind permission of the editors: http://europeanlawblog.eu/2019/09/09/advocate-general-bobek-on-one-of-us-legal-clarity-vs-political-debate/   On 29 July 2019, Advocate General Bobek confirmed the General Court’s ruling in One of Us. His opinion in Case C-418/18P Puppinick and Others v European Commission… » read more

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by Aurélia Lafontaine and Florian Vetter (C2DH) From 27 June to 1 July 2019, the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH) at the University of Luxembourg hosted the 9th conference of the Tensions of Europe network. Tensions of Europe (ToE) is an international scholarly network whose research focuses on three broad areas –… » read more

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Abstract Interdisciplinary approaches to understanding the past, present and future of the world’s bigger lender. An event organised with the support of the Robert Schuman Initiative, the Institute of Political Science at the University of Luxembourg and the University of Padova. Programme 10 July 2019 09.15 – 09.45: Welcome and Introduction: David Howarth (Institute of… » read more

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Abstract On 21 June 2019 the University of Luxembourg and the Max Planck Institute for Procedural Law co-organized a round table on the Opinion 1/17 of the Court of Justice of the Union.In its opinion the Court held that the mechanism for the resolution of disputes between investors and States provided for by the free… » read more

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Présentation générale Le 28 juin 2019, l’Observatoire Luxembourgeois de Droit européen (OLDE) a organisé, en partenariat avec la Faculté de droit, d’économie et de finance de l’Université du Luxembourg un colloque sur la dimension européenne de la surveillance prudentielle du secteur financier. L’occasion de revenir sur le partage des responsabilités entre la BCE et les… » read more

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We are pleased to invite you to the 9th edition of the Tensions of Europe Conference on “Decoding Europe. Technological pasts in the Digital Age”. To attend the conference, please register at the conference website. Abstract Decoding Europe: Technological Pasts in the Digital Age investigates the way in which our approach to European technological pasts… » read more

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