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About Eleonora Poli

Eleonora Poli is a researcher at the Istituto Affari Internazionali, where she is working on EU economic policies and the political and institutional implications of the eurozone crisis.

Articles by Eleonora Poli

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

The Eurosceptic revolution: much ado about nothing?

The success of eurosceptic parties at the 2014 European elections was expected to mark a paradigm shift in both national and European politics. As the dust begins to settle, the eurosceptic wave may not be the catalyst for change many feared or hoped for.

The Euro-sceptic Trojan horse: challenging the EU from within

Euro-sceptic political parties exploited public insecurity to make gains in the elections to the European Parliament but pro-Europeans should engage with the ‘Euro-critics’ rather than defensively shunning dissent.

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