EU Chips Act: Where it Started, Where it Stands & Where it’s Going
Published in December 2022, the Network and Information Security (or NIS 2) Directive replaces directive NIS 1 and strengthens the harmonization of cybersecurity standards in various Member States.
Parce que nous ne pouvons pas ignorer le monde qui nous entoure, nous avons décidé cette année de soutenir l’association Pierre Claver. L’association Pierre Claver accompagne dans la connaissance de la langue, des codes socio-culturels et dans l’orientation professionnelle des réfugié(e)s statutaires pour une intégration durable dans la société française. JE SOUTIENS Le cabinet […]
Retour sur les échanges avec Didier François, journaliste LCI, reporter de guerre, spécialiste des conflits géopolitiques, lors d’un débat conférence au cabinet SAMMAN.
The PFUE promised to bring excitement to the EU normative powerhouse, with the French general election occurring amid the second half of the Presidency. It eventually marked a radical turning point for the EU’s geostrategy, with the outbreak of the war in Ukraine.
The new government team in France is beginning to stabilize now that the key positions within the National Assembly have been allocated and the government reshuffled.
Short analysis on the outcome of the legislative elections with ended tonight, June 19th, one with a historically low voter turnout for a French election (46%) and giving rise to an unprecedented period of uncertainty, with no clear majority emerging at the National Assembly.
Yesterday took place the first round of the French legislative elections. The second round will take place next Sunday, June 19th.
As per the French rules after a presidential election, a (provisional) government has been named on May 22nd. The reelected President took his time to appoint a new Prime Minister and even more time to appoint a new Government compared to the tradition, playing a kind of continuity with his previous presidency.