The meaning of « European identity » today (III)

Multiples pathways to European identity formation: another forms of late national identity? European national identity: A Europe of values? Even if, as Fligstein clarifies, “anti-immigrants sentiments and policies may be loosely linked to the core of the integration project” (2012), a connection is to be recognised between a national-like conception of European identity and a more culturalist and exclusivist perception of Europeanness. In this respect, … Continuer de lire The meaning of « European identity » today (III)

The meaning of “European identity” today (I)

 

Who is or should be European? Is there a European identity? How can we conceptualize it? And above all what is the role of cultural values and civic principles in the narrative of European collective identity? Continuer de lire « The meaning of “European identity” today (I) »

To sink or not to sink, that is the question

Brexit won after the June’s referendum in 2016. The expected effects were important, especially for the British economy. As 2017 begins, it is time to take stock of these last months and to analyse the figures for the new year.

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« Should [they] stay or should [they] go ? » Regard sur le référendum britannique

Demain les Britanniques seront appelés aux urnes pour répondre à la question : « Le Royaume-Uni doit-il rester membre de l’Union européenne ou la quitter ? ». Classe Internationale vous propose un bref article de synthèse pour revenir sur le potentiel « British Exit » dit « Brexit » qui agite l’Union depuis des mois. Le Royaume-Uni dans l’UE : « je t’aime, moi non … Continuer de lire « Should [they] stay or should [they] go ? » Regard sur le référendum britannique