in The European Left Party
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This chapter introduces the context and rationale for the study, introduces the main research questions, and sets out an overview of the chapters and their central arguments. It shows how few studies have focused on the radical left’s international activity, fewer still on the European Left Party (EL). It critiques the idea that the radical left should be seen as intrinsically Eurosceptic.


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