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EUROPE AND EUROSCEPTICISM TODAY.

  • Academic Journal
  • GABRIEL, SANDA GHEORGHE1 diforom@yahoo.ro
  • Annals of 'Constantin Brancusi' University of Targu-Jiu. Economy Series. Feb2022, Issue 1, p152-158. 7p.
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  • Recent successes of populist movements in Europe might seem to reflect eroded trust in the EU's institutions. This column asks what global lessons can be drawn from recent research on Euroscepticism at the EU and elsewhere. It argues that taking citizens' concerns seriously and addressing salient issues, building on a sense of togetherness, and caring about public trust should inspire a course of action at the global level. Insufficient progress along these dimensions has played a key role not only in Brexit, but also in the backlash against the multilateral world order underpinning globalisation. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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European Union
Euroscepticism
global level
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