First part of a series jointly organised by the European Movement International and ECFR exploring the challenges the European Union is facing
Europe’s Digital Power
ECFR’s project “Europe’s digital power” aims to raise awareness among policy makers about the implications of the digital revolution for Europe, identify weaknesses in Europe’s ability to respond to this and propose solutions.
In collaboration with
A discussion workshop on the impact of Artificial Intelligence on geopolitics and warfare, and how Europe and the US can work together for everyone’s benefit
The EU cannot continue to rely on its regulatory power but must become a tech superpower in its own right. Referees do not win the game.
The internet fundamentally tests the ways in which governments approach regulation
Bipartisan US pressure over China is rubbing Europeans up the wrong way. But the Americans are right that hard choices await.
Platform governance has slipped the moorings of national law and democratic accountability, while “regulation by outrage” has filled the policy gap.
The ‘second crypto war’ is in full swing; European governments need to stop trying to defeat encryption and get more sophisticated themselves instead
It is high-time for the Europeans to wake up from their hopes and dreams to build norms and rules for state behaviour in cyberspace