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The precedent set by Bradford L. Smith unveils a new tendency in the lobbying domain : to supplant governments in favour of big companies.(1) It is an incidental element from which the new era of lobbying(2) can be inferred. The decisive element is to be drawn from the turning point ...
While lobbyists are pushing for controlling the decisive positions in the public sphere(1), they can count on the technocracy at the helm.
What involvement can be as political “passion”; what drives political passions in people, and what people need to understand about the nature of politics.
Since 1957, the legal system of the European Union has gained an ever growing independence from the rest of the international legal order but also from the Member States' legal systems. Today, the EU operates on the same ground as the biggest countries around the world.
Ray of hope as historic law for co-operatives is enacted by the East African Legislative Assembly
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