In this contribution to the ongoing TEPSA Explainers series, Petr Kratochvíl, Full Professor of International Relations, Senior Researcher at the Institute of International Relations, Lecturer at Sciences Po in Paris and several Czech universities, and member of the TEPSA Board, takes us through the “peculiar case” of Euroscepticism in the Czech Republic. This analysis includes the causes of Euroscepticism in Czechia, and its political consequences. The question is also asked: How Likely is a Czexit?
This TEPSA Explainer is linked with the upcoming edition of the TEPSA Book “Euroscepticism and the Future of Europe: Views from the Capitals“, edited by Paul Schmidt, Michael Kaeding and Johannes Pollak. One of the book’s chapters focuses in on the topic of Euroscepticism in the Czech Republic.