The European Union may today be the most hated political onject by the nationalists and the most furious supporters and radical opponents of real globalisation.
How do we explain the resurgence of populism in one country after another? Maybe in terms of common structural conditions or passive diffusion of ideas across contexts?
I arrived at the European Parliament in 2009. In exact coincidence with two events that have acquired historical resonance.
Politics in polyarchies today seems to pivot around two major trends: on one hand, the establishment Political Parties, and on the other, the anti-system.
Populism, nationalism and the ultra-right have resurfaced again in much of the so-called civilized world.
The European Cybersecurity Agency was born with the aim of maintaining security in networks and increasing the confidence of Europeans in digital technologies.
The harmonization of legislation and the coordination of public investments would favour the growth of the sector, generating high-level jobs.