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Sep 20 2013

Populism in Greece and why the theory of the two extremes is wrong

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By Antonis Galanopoulos Populism as a term reappeared in everyday public discourse in Greece with the first protests against the memorandum with IMF, EU and ECB and its concomitant austerity policies. The polarisation at the base of the populism/anti-populism dichotomy … Continue reading

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Jul 4 2013

L’enfer, c’est les autres: othering in Eurosceptic discourse

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By Simon Usherwood In recent years, euroscepticism has become an ever-more visible part of the process of European integration, from the decline in public support to the pronouncements of political parties and governments. This scepticism is clearly wide-ranging and diverse, … Continue reading

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