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By Susannah Verney

Euroscepticism has emerged as a turning out to be constraint on eu integration, beginning with the Maastricht Treaty within the early Nineties, carrying on with with the mid-2000s constitutional debacle and intensifying with the eurozone problem – a quandary within which Southern Europe has performed a key function. yet is competition to ecu integration fairly larger now than some time past? the one option to resolution this question is thru diachronic reports, targeting switch through the years. this is often the space within the literature which the current quantity goals to fill, via an exam of the origins, evolution and customers of competition to integration, targeting a zone commonly considered as highly europhile.

As a laboratory for the learn of attitudes in the direction of eu integration, Southern Europe bargains a very wealthy diversity of case stories, together with a founder member (Italy), 3 ‘second iteration’ states (Greece, Spain and Portugal), contemporary entrants (Cyprus and Malta) and a negotiating candidate (Turkey). the quantity strains the evolution of euroscepticism in every one South ecu nation, assessing its value, determining key turning-points and highlighting either continuity and alter. protecting celebration and renowned euroscepticism, the booklet illuminates similarities and changes among nationwide reviews of euroscepticism.

This publication used to be released as a unique factor of South eu Society and Politics.

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