The Effect of the Financial Crisis on Popular Protests in the European Union
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Previous research has indicated that since the creation of the European Union and up through the 90’s, citizens of European nations did not noticeably shift their political concerns from their national governments to the European Union itself. For this reason, the majority of popular protests have been held on the national level rather than the international level. However, as the European Union increasingly becomes a target for protests throughout Europe, the question of why this is is an extremely salient one, and Dr. Toloudis thinks that he may have an answer.
Department of Political Science
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