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Feb 28 2018
By Roberto Orsi Next Sunday (4 March) Italian citizens will elect a new Parliament, after a complete five-year cycle. Much has changed since the last vote on 24-25 February 2013. It will be argued here that this election is probably … Continue reading
Posted by: February 28, 2018
Jul 21 2017
By Henry Radice So far, for many people, the experience of Brexit appears to be one of real individual anxiety and pain set against a prospective, and increasingly unlikely, collective gain. This is the case for both non-British EU citizens … Continue reading
Posted by: July 21, 2017
Jan 14 2016
Understanding Euroscepticism: How British hostility to the EU contrasts with opposition elsewhere in Europe
By Montserrat Guibernau The UK and the EU are both changing. The UK stands as a world power and, as such, it continues to look for recognition while maintaining a distinct identity and status, which includes a special relationship with … Continue reading
Posted by: January 14, 2016