Review of Clara Rauchegger and Anna Wallerman (eds.) The Eurosceptic Challenge: National Implementation and Interpretation of EU Law (Hart 2019)
The aim of this edited volume, published by Hart Publishing in the series “EU Law in the Member States”, is to assess Euroscepticism in the light of the various facets and degrees of national resistance to the EU and to EU law. As the editors acknowledge in their introduction, the ambition is not to provide a comprehensive account of all expressions of Euroscepticism in all the Member States, but rather to provide different perspectives. This is why they deliberately excluded the study of Brexit, as it is understood not to be an internal challenge to the effect and authority of EU law and governance.