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Euroscepticism and the A nglosphere: Traditions and Dilemmas in Contemporary English Nationalism

Wellings, Ben ; Baxendale, Helen

JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, January 2015, Vol.53(1), pp.123-139 [Tạp chí có phản biện]

ISSN: 0021-9886 ; E-ISSN: 1468-5965 ; DOI: 10.1111/jcms.12207

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  • Nhan đề:
    Euroscepticism and the A nglosphere: Traditions and Dilemmas in Contemporary English Nationalism
  • Tác giả: Wellings, Ben ; Baxendale, Helen
  • Chủ đề: Consciousness ; European Integration ; Government ; European Union ; Nationalism ; Political Science ; Europe ; Political Science
  • Là 1 phần của: JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, January 2015, Vol.53(1), pp.123-139
  • Mô tả: ritish participation in the historical process of uropean integration has been persistently framed as a policy dilemma of the highest order. This dilemma was itself coloured by the existence of policy traditions that oriented ritain away from urope and towards political communities tied to a historical interpretation of ritish nationality. Euroscepticism is symptomatic of these traditions and dilemmas while at the same time sustaining them. But urosceptics face a dilemma of their own. What serious alternative do they propose? The notion of the ‘Anglosphere’ was adopted on the urosceptic right of ritish politics as an alternative to uropean integration. As a politics of disengagement by the ameron government played out in urope, a policy of re‐engagement began with ritain's former Dominions. Here was a response to a political dilemma that not only used historical consciousness and political tradition as its point of departure, but as its place of destination too. This article is part of the January 2015 Special Issue titled ‘Interpreting British European Policy’, which also includes Interpreting British European Policy by Mark Bevir, Oliver Daddow and Pauline Schnapper (DOI: ), Safeguarding British Identity or Betraying It? The Role of British ‘Tradition’ in the Parliamentary Great Debate on EC Membership, October 1971 by N. Piers Ludlow (DOI: ), The Return of ‘Englishness’ in British Political Culture – The End of the Unions? by Michael Kenny (DOI: ), Interpreting the Outsider Tradition in British European Policy Speeches from Thatcher to Cameron by Oliver Daddow (DOI: ), ‘One Woman's Prejudice’: Did Margaret Thatcher Cause Britain's Anti‐Europeanism? by Cary Fontana and Craig Parsons (DOI: ), Between One‐Nation Toryism and Neoliberalism: The Dilemmas of British Conservatism and Britain's Evolving Place in Europe by Mark I. Vail (DOI: ), Reworking the Eurosceptic and Conservative Traditions into a Populist Narrative: UKIP's Winning Formula? by Karine Tournier‐Sol (DOI: ), The Labour Party and Europe from Brown to Miliband: Back to the Future? by Pauline Schnapper (DOI: ), Educating Britain? Political Literacy and the Construction of National History by Helen Brocklehurst (DOI: )
  • Số nhận dạng: ISSN: 0021-9886 ; E-ISSN: 1468-5965 ; DOI: 10.1111/jcms.12207

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