Security Architectures in the EU

Tag: Poland

  • More relocation, more Frontex: “Med5” adopt declaration in Malta

    More relocation, more Frontex: “Med5” adopt declaration in Malta

    Malta, Greece, Italy, Spain and Cyprus demand more solidarity in the reception of asylum seekers. The EU interior ministers are meeting this week to discuss the issue. Five EU Mediterranean countries are calling on Brussels to show more solidarity with…

  • Pegasus and Predator investigations: Europol is not a European FBI

    Pegasus and Predator investigations: Europol is not a European FBI

    The EU Parliament’s committee of enquiry into Pegasus and other spy software is calling for Europol to investigate the scandal. However, there are reasons why the police agency’s powers are limited. While the EU Parliament is looking into the spyware…

  • Europol is not investigating “Europe’s Watergate”

    Europol is not investigating “Europe’s Watergate”

    The EU Parliament is probing one of Europe’s biggest espionage scandals, but has little power to do so. Europol should investigate the misuse of “state trojan “Pegasus” in the EU, MEPs demand. However, this would only be possible with the…

  • More or less Frontex? Its FRO wants reinforced presence in EU problem states

    More or less Frontex? Its FRO wants reinforced presence in EU problem states

    Because of human rights violations, non-governmental organisations are demanding the withdrawal of Frontex from Greece. Their Fundamental Rights Officer, on the other hand, wants to increase the number of EU border guards deployed in the event of violations. Frontex should…

  • LeaveNoOneBehind project: An app for the right to asylum

    LeaveNoOneBehind project: An app for the right to asylum

    The project “Claim Asylum EU” aims to help people seeking protection in the European Union. This is necessary because the border authorities at the EU’s external borders are breaking international law on a massive scale. In the 1951 Geneva Convention…

  • Cooperation with Turkey: Selenskyj awards medal for combat drones

    Cooperation with Turkey: Selenskyj awards medal for combat drones

    With the “TB2”, Turkey is becoming a worldwide drone power, now Ukraine is supposed to help in doubling the production. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Selenskyj awarded the CEO of the Turkish defence company Baykar Makina the “Order of Merit First Class”…