Criticism has been a constant feature of European integration. On the one hand resistance and scepticism have shaped the European Communities from the start, on the other, they have developed European forms of their own. The contributions to this blog analyse the historical roots of current Euroscepticism in different parts of Europe. They help to draw a more complex picture of European history after the Second World War than the familiar focus on the progress of European unification. Read more about the project.
(De-)Constructing Europe 1950s Brexit Conference DHI London DHI Rom DHI Warschau Economy EU EURO Europe European Identity European unification Europäische Integration Europäische Union Europäische Wirtschaftsgemeinschaft Euroscepticism Euroskepsis EWG Germany GHI London GHI Rome GHI Warsaw Hamburg Hamburger Institut für Sozialforschung Havarie Europa HIS Historical roots Lecture London Mark Gilbert Max Weber Stiftung MWS Nachkriegszeit New Publication Osterweiterung Panel discussion Poland Politikwissenschaft Right-wing Rome Varieties of Euroscepticism Wolfram Kaiser Workshop World café