The politicization of European integration
Title: The politicization of European integration
Author: KRIESI, Hanspeter
Citation: Journal of common market studies, 2016, Vol. 54, No. S1, pp. 32–47
ISSN: 1468-5965; 0021-9886
The European Union has had to deal with a series of crises in the past, but currently, it faces an exceptional accumulation of tensions triggered by the eurozone crisis, the refugee crisis, Islamic terrorism, the imperial aspirations of Putin and Brexit ambitions. Does the politicization of European integration increase under these conditions? And who are the possible drivers of a process of politicization of European integration?
First published: 11 July 2016; Nathaniel COPSEY and Tim HAUGHTON (eds), The JCMS annual review of the European Union in 2015, Oxford : Blackwell, 2016, pp. 32-47
Grant number: FP7/338875/EU
Type of Access: embargoedAccess
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