Political parties and Euroscepticism

by Liubomir K. Topaloff

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan in New York

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Politics and government,
  • Economic integration,
  • Political parties,
  • Public opinion,
  • Political aspects,
  • European Union

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Statementby Liubomir K. Topaloff
Classifications
LC ClassificationsJN50 .T66 2012
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25270506M
ISBN 109780230361768
LC Control Number2012011349

title = "Euroscepticism and the future of European integration", abstract = "The European Union (EU) is facing one of the rockiest periods in its existence. At no time in its history has it looked so economically fragile, so insecure about how to protect its borders, so divided over how to tackle the crisis of legitimacy facing its institutions Cited by: Professor Taggart’s lecture examines the phenomenon of Euroscepticism across Europe. The focus is on what effect the Eurozone crisis and the politics around it has had in fostering Euroscepticism in European states. The lecture offers an overview of the state of Euroscepticism among political parties in EU and non-EU states. Soft Euroscepticism: Right-wing: Jobbik: Tamás Sneider: Hungarian nationalism Hungarian Turanism National conservatism Right-wing populism Euroscepticism: Right-wing to far-right: 26 22 Christian Democratic People's Party Kereszténydemokrata Néppárt: Zsolt Semjén: National conservatism Christian right Social conservatism: Right. Spain joined in , and since then, Euroscepticism has been slowly growing in the kingdom. Since the constitutional and political crisis after Catalonia’s independence referendum, this has become more evident. Rising nationalist sentiments had been brewing in the autonomous region of Spain for a long time.

Spiering’s anthology (Harmsen & Spiering ) is how ‘euroscepticism’ is determined by the cultural, political and economic context of each Member State. Most political parties are liable to criticise some aspect of the EU from time to time. The criticism mayFile Size: KB. Euroscepticism manifests itself in British international affairs. However, little research has been reported specifically on negative attitudes towards the EU found in British political parties. Thus, the role of Euroscepticism in the internal struggle for power within parties as well as in political field has been largely disregarded.   Book Review: Anthony Forster, Euroscepticism in Contemporary British Politics: Opposition to Europe in the British Conservative and Labour Parties Since (London: Routledge, , pp., £20 pbk.)Author: Gaye Gungor. Euroscepticism Right-wing populism National conservatism: 9,7%: 5,3%: Identity and Democracy (ID) [ MENF] Euroscepticism Right-wing populism National conservatism-(59)-(31) Stand-alone -(14)-(9) European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) Conservatism National conservatism Economic liberalism: 8,3%: 9,2%:

An outline of the topic: Scholarly interest in the topic of EU issue voting has increased tremendously over the last two decades. Recent studies suggest that the notions of European elections as second-order and EU attitudes in national election as largely irrelevant should be updated (see De Vries , Hobolt et al. , De Vries and Hobolt , Van der Brug and . By adopting a broad-based, thematic approach, the volume centres on theory and conceptualisation, political parties, public opinion, non-party groups, the role of referendums? and the media? and of scepticism within the EU institutions. It also reflects on the future of Euroscepticism studies following the United Kingdom?s vote to leave the : Liubomir K. Topaloff.

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O'Neill Chair in Public Life and Professor of Political Science, Northeastern University, USA 'Political Parties and Euroscepticism by Dr Topaloff is a book long overdue. Between simple optimism and pessimism about the future of the European Union, we are often carried away by either one of them.

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Drawing on a variety of historical accounts, comparative case studies and textual analysis of over party manifestos, this book examines party-based Euroscepticism as an electoral strategy and offers a dynamic theoretical model for analysis.

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Initially created by advocates of European unification, with a clearly political objective (to foster the emergence of a European public opinion) (Baisnée ), Eurobarometer surveys try to measure levels of public Euroscepticism by assessing citizens’ support for their country’s EU membership (i.e.

whether they see it as a good thing or not) and by inquiring into citizens’ utilitarian. "A splendid book, Political Entrepreneurs analyzes continuity and change in European politics, as emerging challenger parties deploy policy innovation and antiestablishment rhetoric to destabilize existing party systems.

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Euroscepticism in the United Kingdom is a continuum of belief ranging from the opposition to certain political policies of the European Union to the complete opposition to the United Kingdom’s membership of the European Union. It has been a significant element in the politics of the United Kingdom (UK).

A Eurobarometer survey of EU citizens in showed that support for. Sinceproportional representation-based voting systems have been adopted for elections to the Scottish Parliament, the National Assembly for Wales, the Northern Ireland Assembly, the London Assembly and the UK's seats in the European these bodies, other parties have had success.

Traditionally political parties have been private organisations with no official. The accelerated pace of European integration since the early s has been accompanied by the emergence of increasingly prominent and multiform oppositions to the process.

The term Euroscepticism has appeared with growing frequency in a range of political, media, and academic discourses. Yet, the label is applied to a wide range of different, and occasionally 5/5(1).

In this ground-breaking book Vasilopoulou does what the very best comparative scholarship should do. She takes the phenomena of Euroscepticism and the far-right and, through rigorous case study combined with wider comparisons, she illuminates cases and recasts our understanding of both Euroscepticism and far right parties.

'Political Parties and Euroscepticism by Dr Topaloff is a book long overdue. Between simple optimism and pessimism about the future of the European Union, we are often carried away by either one of them.

Now, we are given a genuine opportunity to understand the intricacies of 'Euro-politics'. This is a must read for those interested in this field.'Author: L. Topaloff. This book’s findings are relevant in light of Europe’s political and economic crises, and rising public support for Eurosceptic ideas and far right parties.

Discover the world's research 17 Author: Sofia Vasilopoulou. This volume focuses on the relationship between the media and European democracy, as important factors of EU legitimacy. The contributors show how the media play a crucial role in making European governance accountable, and how it can act as an intermediate link between citizens and their elected and unelected representatives.

The book focuses on widespread. Euroscepticism as Ideology [Christopher Flood and Rafal Soborski] 5. Euroscepticism: Stand-alone Phenomenon or Embedded within a Broader Cleavage. [Pieter de Wilde, Céline Teney and Onawa Promise Lacewell] Part II Eurosceptic Parties and Domestic Party Systems.

Euroscepticism and Political Parties: Theory and Practice [Liubomir K. Euroscepticism may serve as a tool for political dif- ferentiation, whereby PRR parties set themselves apart from the mainstream, however significantly Author: Gilles Ivaldi. Starting from the premise that far right parties are rational actors (e.g.

see Wagner ), this book argues that their Euroscepticism is conditional upon the dynamics of domestic party competition and the parties' political agenda within their national party : Sofia Vasilopoulou.

Rethinking party-based Euroscepticism: A refined typology Sofia Vasilopoulou PhD Candidate to identify concrete criteria on the basis of which to categorise political parties. Aiming to fill this A short history of Euroscepticism Euroscepticism is a political and social phenomenon rather than an abstract concept as suchFile Size: KB.

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The EU, Euroscepticism and Brexit FreeBook. Fully updated and revised, the new edition covers the general election and recent developments in the role of political. Anthony Forster argues that euroscepticism, in addition to being a political stance, displays the seeds of becoming a new faith.

Through a detailed analysis of British post-war politics, he shows the development of a core set of beliefs, a history of persecution, displays of moral rectitude in opposing Europe and the power of scepticism to change existing challenging new. This book sheds light on how the increasing prominence of Euroscepticism in national governments impacts the thinking of mainstream parties and their representatives in the European Parliament.

Views from 38 European countries outline a vision for the future of Europe. As a consequence Euroscepticism has become a part of the terrain of conflict between political parties across Europe.

Opposing Europe. provides the first comprehensive review of party-based Euroscepticism across the breadth of contemporary Europe and the first in-depth comparative academic study of Euroscepticism.

In this ground-breaking book Vasilopoulou does what the very best comparative scholarship should do. She takes the phenomena of Euroscepticism and the far-right and, through rigorous case study combined with wider comparisons, she illuminates cases and recasts our understanding of both Euroscepticism and far right : Sofia Vasilopoulou.

In particular, it considers the role of the Euro crisis in leading to ‘Brexit’–the UK’s recent referendum decision to leave the EU–in light of the book’s findings as well as the implications of the ongoing refugee crisis for European identity and rise of right-wing populist parties such as the Alternative für : Charlotte Galpin, Charlotte Galpin.

The book examines the degree of Euroscepticism in the different member states and detects possible sources for Euroscepticism. On this basis the perspectives for the further development of the European Union can be discussed. The analyses address four main issues. including political parties and party systems - to the “penetration” of.

mainstream parties, the category of “Soft Euroscepticism” has lost a large part of its explanatory power. As a consequence, this study will thus focus especially on “hard” forms of Euroscepticism, characterizing those political parties and movements actively claiming for a reduction of the EU competences, when not for.

France's far right National Front political party leader Marine Le Pen (R) and Austrian far right Freedom Party (FPOe) leader Heinz-Christian Strache pose before the start of Author: Business Insider Australia. By adopting a broad-based, thematic approach, the volume centres on theory and conceptualisation, political parties, public opinion, non-party groups, the role of referendums?

and the media? and of scepticism within the EU institutions. It also reflects on the future of Euroscepticism studies following the United Kingdom?s vote to leave the EU.

The volume sets out to explain how such an innately contradictory phenomenon as transnational Euroscepticism has emerged.

It draws on a variety of perspectives and case studies in a number of spheres – the European Parliament, political parties, the media, civil society and public : Juliette Alibert, Euroscepticism: the root causes, october EUROSCEPTICISM: THE ROOT CAUSES AND HOW TO ADDRESS THEM I.

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