A Threat to Digital Governance At least 800 people have died globally as a direct consequence of misinformation about COVID-19. In Hungary, at the same time, the new Enabling Act has empowered the government to detain and jail anyone for up to 5 years for spreading misinformation about the COVID-19. These two cases represent the extreme consequences of different... Learn more Misinformation: Markets in the EU: A Threat Assessment In 2017 the EU amended the firearms directive and introduced various new pieces of legislation to better regulate deactivated firearms and ensure that deactivation standards and procedures are harmonised across the Member States. Using the Netherlands as a case study, our publication assesses the effectiveness of these legislations in preventing reactivation and diversion of deactivated firearms into illicit markets. Learn more The Firearm Deactivation Policies and Overview of the Dutch Customs Diving Team Drug Trafficking Organisations employ a wide variety of modus operandi to bring illicit drugs into the European markets. From using banana shipments and sriracha containers to bolting hollow torpedoes filled with drugs to the underside of the commercial vessels. This report focuses on the efforts of the unique Dutch Customs Diving Team (Douane Duikteam) in the Dutch Government’s underwater war on drugs. Learn more The Underwater War on Drugs: amid COVID and IMO Sulphur 2020 The impacts of the pandemic and IMO Sulphur 2020 require an overhaul of various aspects of the maritime industry. Our publication reviews how the current situation is not fitting for the future and discusses the adoption of greener alternatives while addressing technical challenges to be economically feasible. Learn more The Decarbonisation of Shipping Markets in the EU: A Threat Assessment In 2017 the EU amended the firearms directive and introduced various new pieces of legislation to better regulate deactivated firearms and ensure that deactivation standards and procedures are harmonised across the Member States. Using the Netherlands as a case study, our publication assesses the effectiveness of these legislations in preventing reactivation and diversion of deactivated firearms into illicit markets. Learn more The Firearm Deactivation Policies and

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