TEPSA is pleased to invite you to the presentation of the Book “Euroscepticism and the Future of Europe: views from the capitals”. The book is edited by Michael Kaeding, Johannes Pollak and Paul Schmidt and provides different perspectives on the future of the European project from authors in all the EU Member States, as well as neighbouring European countries and potential candidates.
The event will take place via Zoom on 20 October at 11:00.
With many Eurosceptic parties now in national government, or winning European elections and thus exerting influence over the national debate, this book maps and analyses the nature and impact of Euroscepticism — and new nationalist tendencies — in the different party systems of Europe. As national political parties are the gatekeepers of the process of political representation, they play a pivotal role in mobilising civil society and in setting the political agenda. They shape politics at national level, but also determine the way in which Europe plays out — or does not play out — as a political issue. Thus, it is from the national capitals that the very future of Europe emerges.
The editors will present the book and will discuss with MEPs, journalist and civil society actors about the nature of Euroscepticism across Europe. The full event agenda will soon be available.
You can register to attend this online event via Zoom here.
You can purchase the book here.