Post Tagged with: "euroscepticism"

‘A Union that Strives for More’: Von der Leyen’s All-inclusive EU Narrative

‘A Union that Strives for More’: Von der Leyen’s All-inclusive EU Narrative

VdL’s ‘all-inclusive’ EU Narrative reflects the circumstances under which she was elected. Yet, it also mirrors the complexities of our era and those of the EU itself.

Interview – Christian Davies

Interview – Christian Davies

Journalist Christian Davies talks to us about the current situation in Poland, Poland and Hungary’s relations with the EU, and some of the challenges facing journalists.

Brexit and the 2019 European Elections

Brexit and the 2019 European Elections

2019 European elections may finally get to see the polarised debate between pro-European & Eurosceptic politicians, mostly only framed as such in mediated public debate.

Deal or No Deal? Europe and the Italian Elections

Deal or No Deal? Europe and the Italian Elections

While Italians have grown more Eurosceptic in these last few years, the reality is that even today most of them would not be prepared to leave the European Union.

In Varietate Concordia: How Path Dependency Affects the Brexit Negotiations

In Varietate Concordia: How Path Dependency Affects the Brexit Negotiations

Britain has been, to quote Stephen George, an ‘awkward partner’ with warm feelings for European integration only present among pockets of society.

Brexit, ‘the Media’ and the Illusive Nature of Euroscepticism

Brexit, ‘the Media’ and the Illusive Nature of Euroscepticism

Stereotypes commonly occurring in the British press go at the expense of people’s opportunities to inform themselves about the EU.

Quitaly, Outstria, ‘Eu Revoir’? The Coming Legacy of Brexit

Quitaly, Outstria, ‘Eu Revoir’? The Coming Legacy of Brexit

Brexit is merely an early skirmish in the battle for Europe. Further conflicts are coming.

Brexit’s Potentital Implications for Poland’s Position in the EU

Brexit’s Potentital Implications for Poland’s Position in the EU

For years, integration with Western institutions constituted Poland’s main foreign policy concern. Since Poland joined the EU foreign policy has followed an ad hoc path.

The ‘Reluctant Europeans’: What Syriza’s Victory Means for Europe

The ‘Reluctant Europeans’: What Syriza’s Victory Means for Europe

The big question is after Syriza’s win is what sort of party it will be the day after as that could set the tone of an alternative solution to the Eurozone crisis,.

The Irresistible Rise of Nigel Farage

The Irresistible Rise of Nigel Farage

Winning an MP is the latest step in what looks like an unstoppable march to power and influence by Nigel Farage and his eurosceptic UK Independence Party.

Euroscepticism: Virus or Cure?

Euroscepticism: Virus or Cure?

If the United Kingdom left the European Union, access to the single market may not be guaranteed to the UK. Therefore contemporary Conservative Party euroscepticism may not be mad, but rather an adjustment to the challenges of the future.

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