In this latest TEPSA Explainer, Mark Harwood, Director of the Institute for European Studies at the University of Malta, gives his analysis of Euroscepticism in Malta.
He argues that, as with other countries, Euroscepticism in the Maltese context is “very much a reflection of domestic politics”, and that as a result of this, the way of dealing with it is also “very much embedded in a domestic context”.
This TEPSA Explainer is linked with the second edition of the TEPSA “Views from the Capitals” book series, edited by Michael Kaeding, Johannes Pollak, and Paul Schmidt. The book focuses on Euroscepticism and the Future of Europe. We are also publishing the third installment of the series, focusing on Solidarity in the wake of successive European – and global – crises.