Click down below to watch the latest “3 Questions to Policy-Makers” with Member of the European Parliament Hermann Tertsch, on the issue of the Commission’s Farm to Fork strategy.
The EU’s new “Farm to Fork” strategy pines for nature-friendly farming that’s completely disconnected from reality. Most people look at a gluten-free, vegan, sugar-free, organic, non-GMO, palm oil-free candy being advertised in a store with bemusement. Yet in the United States, aisles in supermarkets, entire retail chains, are dedicated to these kinds of products, which […]
Click down below to watch the latest “3 Questions to Policy-Makers” with Member of the European Parliament Mazaly Aguilar, on the issue of the Commission’s Farm to Fork strategy.
Click down below to watch “3 Questions to Policy-Makers” with Member of the European Parliament Ulrike Müller, on the issue of mycotoxin contamination.
Click down below to listen to the latest episode of Consumer Choice Radio, where I talked about some of my work in the Consumer Choice Center, and discussed the latest in the world of U.S politics.
No matter of which political affiliation you are, you should be able to agree on this: there is a lot of awful content on social media. Cyber-bullying, blackmail, violations of personal privacy, antisemitism, or just sheer nonsensical abuse howled at the most innocent tweets, Facebook posts, or Instagram pictures. For a long time, social media […]
Together with my colleague Luca Bertoletti at the Consumer Choice Center, I published the policy note “Illicit Trade is Dangerous for Consumers” just last month. I contributed content about the prevalence of illicit trade in the agriculture sector. You can find the entire paper HERE.
I was invited on the Daktilo 1984 stream to talk about the relationship between Turkey and the European Union. Click down below to watch the whole video:
According to the Berlin police, some 20,000 protesters took to the streets last weekend to oppose nationwide lockdown measures designed to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Germany has been praised internationally for its efficient management of the crisis, which is why most of Berlin’s political class was upset by the large gatherings. The protests have […]
French President Emmanuel Macron accused the “Frugals”, i.e. the Netherlands, Austria, Denmark, and Sweden (during the last European Council summit, Finland also joined this group) of “acting like Brexit Britain.” Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte had demanded a smaller proportion of grants – handing out money without having to repay it – instead of loans awarded by […]