Politicization in the EU: between national politics and EU political dynamics

Volume: 26, Issue: 7, Pages: 1018 - 1036
Published: May 30, 2019
Abstract
The EU has become increasingly politicized not only at the bottom, due to polarized debates, divided electorates, declining mainstream parties, and rising Euroskeptic populism; or from the bottom up, as national politics permeates member-state leaders’ positions in the Council. It has also emerged purely at the top, in the increasingly politically charged dynamics of interaction within and among EU actors. Such politicization involves struggles...
Paper Details
Title
Politicization in the EU: between national politics and EU political dynamics
Published Date
May 30, 2019
Volume
26
Issue
7
Pages
1018 - 1036
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