4 black & white illustrations, 17 black & white tables, 4 black & white line drawings
Benjamin Leruth, John Fitzgibbon, Nicholas Startin, Nick Startin
Table Of Contents
1. Introduction John FitzGibbon, Benjamin Leruth and Nick Startin 2. Modelling Transnational and Pan-European Euroscepticism Simon Usherwood 3. To Cooperate or Not To Cooperate? The European Radical Right and Pan-European Cooperation Nick Startin and Nathalie Brack 4. Is 'Eurorealism' the New 'Euroscepticism'? Modern Conservatism, the European Conservatives and Reformists and European Integration Benjamin Leruth 5. Contesting Integration: the Radical Left and Euroscepticism Michael Holmes 6. Transnational Mobilization and Critical Europeanism Sevasti Chatzopoulou and Angela Bourne 7. 'Stop TTIP': Towards a Transnational Eurosceptic Opposing the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership? Dan Keith 8. Transnational Euroscepticism as Ideational Solidarity? The 'No' Campaign in the Irish Referendums on the Lisbon Treaty' John FitzGibbon 9. Eurosceptic Candidate MEPs in the News: A Transnational Perspective Katjana Gattermann and Sofia Vasilopoulou 10. Religion and the EU: A Commitment Under Stress Simona Guerra 11. Conclusion John FitzGibbon and Benjamin Leruth Epilogue: Transnational and pan-European Euroscepticism after Brexit
John FitzGibbon is Research Fellow at Canterbury Christ Church University, UK. Benjamin Leruth is a Research Associate at the University of Kent, UK. His research focuses on Euroscepticism, differentiated integration in the European Union and public attitudes. He is currently co-editing the forthcoming Routledge Handbook of Euroscepticism and is also working on a forthcoming book entitled The Pirate Parties across Europe. Nick Startin is a Senior Lecturer in French and European Politics whose research focuses on Euroscepticism and the Far Right in contemporary Europe. He co-founded the UACES research network on Euroscepticism and has in recent years been the co-editor for two prominent, special issues on the topic: the Journal of Common Market Studies (2013) and the International Political Science Review (2015). He is currently co-editing the forthcoming Routledge Handbook of Euroscepticism as well as researching and participating in events related to the 2016 referendum on UK membership of the EU.