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Lecture Slides on Brexit and Euroscepticism

Submitted by on April 28, 2016 – 10:33 am One Comment |  
British Sovereignty DiagramThe slides from my lecture this week on the upcoming “Brexit” vote and the rise of populist Euroscepticism across Europe are available at the link below:

Brexit & Populist Euroscepticism

 

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  • Jeronimo Constantina

    Because Britain is an island, it has always seen itself as somehow separate from the rest of Europe. For instance, the European mainland is referred to as “the Continent”. As if Britain weren’t part of the European continent.