Posts Tagged ‹Euroscepticism

Wednesday, September 17th, 2014

Strategic or Identity-based Euroscepticism? The Euro Discourse of Vaclav Klaus

The aim of this paper is to investigate the discourse of Vaclav Klaus on European integration by analysing his discourse on the euro during his term of office as President of the Czech Republic. The authors apply critical discourse analysis to selected speeches by Klaus, using their findings to analyse Klaus's position on...
Thursday, February 7th, 2013

Eurosceptics – enemies or a necessary part of European integration?

Abstract Although it has been an important part of the academic discussion for more than 10 years, Euroscepticism (especially in connection with party politics) has not been so far adequately defined. The widely accepted definition given by Taggart and Szczerbiak, who has divided Euroscepticism between its “hard” and “soft” version, suffers...

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