On 23 June 2016, the British people settled a question that had rumbled under the surface of UK politics for a generation: should the country remain within the European Union – or leave, ending its 40-year membership to go it alone? In an interview in The Daily Telegraph, just before the British Brexit referendum, the psychologist… [Read More]
The European Union Whistleblowing Legislation is a Game Changer
The European Commission (EC) is proposing a new law to strengthen whistleblower protection across the EU. The changes are mighty and may well set a precedent for the United States to follow. Věra Jourová, EC Commissioner for Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality explained: “The new whistleblowers’ protection rules will be a game changer. In the globalized world where… [Read More]
Brexit: A Call for Democracy or an Act of Economic Shortsightedness?
The largest blow the British population has delivered to its establishment in modern history – was it strategic or just plain stupid? Well, that depends. This last week’s furor over Brexit has filled the news channels. In a pretty close race – 52 % Leave; 48 % Remain, with 70% voting — the British Isles… [Read More]