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Ideological coherence among right-wing Eurosceptic parties in the European parliament

@inproceedings{Lain2014IdeologicalCA,
  title={Ideological coherence among right-wing Eurosceptic parties in the European parliament},
  author={Guillaume Le Lain},
  year={2014}
}
The last European election of 2014 resulted in a Eurosceptic surge: parties skeptical of the European Union, both on the left and right wings of the Parliament, saw a dramatic increase of their number of Members of the European Parliament (MEPs), and even won unprecedented victories in countries such as the United-Kingdom, France or Denmark. The results were particularly good for right-wing Eurosceptic parties. The goal of this thesis is to characterize this Eurosceptic right. Who is part of… Expand

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