The Digital Markets Act (DMA) and the Digital Services Act (DSA) marked a substantial legislative step of digital governance of the European Union. While DMA lacks consideration of the future state of Chinese digital technology firms in the EU, the DSA offers elements of policy overlap with Chinese measures in establishing accountability mechanism for digital platforms. Question arises on what opportunities and future challenges DMA and DSA can bring to the EU-China relations.
East meets West Expert Series An Expert Roundtable organised by the Europe-Asia Centre, Brussels August 2021 The last European Council raised “strategic autonomy”1 to the level of a central concept for a new phase of the European project. Building European strategic autonomy on a horizontal – cross-policy basis is expected to – strengthen EU multilateral action, reduce dependence on externalContinue reading “Webinar: EU’s Strategic Autonomy in the Era of Global Internet Governance”
Brussels, 28th August 2021 – At the first in series of webinars organized by the Europe – Asia Center, the ‘EU’s Strategic autonomy’ as the new central concept of the European project was at the core of the dialogue of high-level panelists. The last European Council raised “strategic autonomy”1 to the level of a centralContinue reading “Calling for EU’s Strategic Autonomy in the Era of Global Internet Governance”