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Mario Patrono, Arianna Vedaschi
Donald Trump and the Future of American Democracy
The Harbinger of a Storm?
At the heart of this book is the idea that President Trump’s governingstyle has been a prelude to the semi-democratic authoritarian governmentthat could take hold after the white majority of voters, who havethe keys to wealth and power today, become a minority around 2050.With this in mind, the book analyzes Trump’s attempt, squeezed betweentwo impeachments in a single term – an all-time record ...
Marco Bassini, Giovanni De Gregorio, Oreste Pollicino
Internet Law and Protection of Fundamental Rights
The protection of fundamental rights in the digital age is increasingly at the core of Internet law. The massive spread of digital and algorithmic technologies is raising questions that are intimately constitutional. Rights and freedoms are exposed to the opportunities and challenges of digital technologies, thus leading to different constitutional reactions. The book is structured in three parts. ...
Giovanni Pitruzzella, Oreste Pollicino
Disinformation and Hate Speech
A European Constitutional Perspective
What balance should be struck between freedom of expression, as an essential right and value of any democratic society, and other constitutional rights when facing falsehood and extreme speech? How are Europe and legislators around the world reacting to the rise of online disinformation and hate speech, in the wake of mounting evidence of adverse effects on democratic processes? What is the most effective ...
EU Customs Code
In a world where everyday reality is faced with protectionist pressures and globalization, the knowledge of customs law is an essential skill for companies and practitioners. The book offers the reader a deep analysis of the Union Customs Code (UCC) innovations and changes, starting with international doctrine, which attests to the significant transformation of customs law during the last two decades. The ...