Type
Part or chapter of a book
Title
Symbolic Universes and (Post)Crisis Scenarios
In
Symbolic Universes in Time of (Post)Crisis. The Future of European Societies
Author(s)
BATTAGLIA Fiorella - (Author)
AVDI Evrinomy - (Author)
CREMASCHI Marco - Centre d'études européennes et de politique comparée (Author)
MANNARINI Terri - (Author)
SALVATORE Sergio - (Author)
GUGLIEMO Forges Davanzati - (Author)
FINI Viviana - (Author)
KADIANAKI Irini - (Author)
KRASTEVA Anna - (Author)
KULLASEPP Katrin - (Author)
MATSOPOULOS Anastassios - (Author)
MØLHOLM Martin - (Author)
REDD Rozlyn - (Author)
ROCHIRA Alessia - (Author)
RUSSO Federico - (Author)
SAMMUT Gordon - (Author)
SANTARPIA Alfonso - (Author)
VALMORBIDA Antonella - (Author)
VELTRI Giuseppe Alessandro - (Author)
SALVATORE Sergio - (Publishing director)
FINI Viviana - (Publishing director)
MANNARINI Terri - (Publishing director)
VALSINER Jaan - (Publishing director)
VELTRI Giuseppe Alessandro - (Publishing director)
Editor
New York : Springer
Pages
257 - 270 p.
ISBN
9783030194970
Abstract
EN
First lines: In recent years, elections in EU countries have been generally regarded as moments of truth for European institutions. The 2018 electoral results in Italy and Slovenia disproved the idea that pro-EU stances were back in the foreground, as Emmanuel Macron’s and Mark Rutte’s 2017 victories in France and the Netherlands respectively had previously suggested. Euroscepticism is anything but defeated: sovereign claims are part of the political offer of populist and far-right parties all over Europe.

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