Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item:https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/35773
Type of publication: Knyga / Book
Title: Euroscepticism in the Baltic States: uncovering issues, people and stereotypes
Extent: 240 p.
Publishing data: Latvian Institute of International Affairs; Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
Date: 2017
Keywords: Latvia -- Politics and government;Lithuania -- Politics and government;Euroscepticism
ISBN: 978-9934-567-06-3
Abstract: The book “Euroscepticism in the Baltic States: Uncovering Issues, People and Stereotypes” explores the neglected issue of Euroscepticism in the Baltic societies. The book consists of a collection of articles from experts in economics, politics and sociology, as well as Eurosceptic politicians. Authors from Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia seek to unveil not only the development of criticism towards the European Union in the Baltic politics over the last twenty-five years, but also sceptical opinions among the Baltic entrepreneurs and the sociological profile of Baltic population, looking separately at the Russian-speaking population in Estonia and Latvia.
Internet: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12259/35773
Appears in Collections:3. Informaciniai leidiniai ir kitos knygos / Reference and other books

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