by Darren Litter At first glance, the Labour Party and the Workers’ Party are distant political entities. The Labour Party is a “very much a party of the Irish mainstream”, whereas the Workers’ Party have tended to operate within the sphere of “Soviet-style” Marxist-Leninism. While there is undoubtedly considerable accuracy to this perception, an oft-ignoredContinue reading “‘Hostile takeover’ or much ado about nothing? Determining the political legacy of the entry of Democratic Left into the Labour Party “
EU foreign policy scholarship has made an undoubted contribution to our understanding of politics at the global level. First, it has added to our understanding of what EU membership means for member states. The complex and reciprocal relationship between national political systems and a developing European-level polity poses many challenging questions to comparative politics andContinue reading “The State of EU Foreign Policy Scholarship”
I’ve posted some thoughts on this on Crooked Timber, here.