Latin America, a region so complex in its political maneuverings and so diverse in its cultural and historical trajectories that makes it virtually impossible to do a thorough and general analysis or even a sane description of anything that has even the slightest relation to national security or any political...
Cyber security is an essential condition for modern societies. According to estimates produced by the World Economic Forum, cyber attacks – given their destructive capacity – can be classified among major global risks, capable of affecting international stability and security. The growing ability of cyber attacks to cause real damage...
The NIS Directive (EU) 2016/1148 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 6 July 2016 concerning measures for a high common level of security of network and information systems across the Union was adopted by the European Parliament on July 6, 2016. It was entered into force in
For centuries, human beings have strived to automate and simplify tasks in order to make them more efficient: achieving the proposed objective at a lower cost and faster speed. That effort continues to this day as optimization in handling high volumes of information.
On the potential effects of the introduction of corporate due diligence for the respect of human rights in the agri-food chains
The global attention towards sustainable agriculture is rising exponentially and the European Union (EU) is openly committed to embrace it. Yet, to what extent does this commitment actually translate into practice?
Amongst the numerous crises the world is currently facing, the global biodiversity loss crisis—also called the nature crisis—is a significant one.
In the post-Covid world, we see an increased awareness and demand for local products and a new appreciation of the importance of strong local communities. By prioritising the restoration of our soils and ecosystems, we can heal our economy and build a truly resilient and thriving society.