Edited By Lucia Bonfreschi, Giovanni Orsina and Antonio Varsori
Central European émigré Party and the European integration
Institute of National Remembrance, Lublin Branch / Associate Professor, Catholic University of Lublin
The term émigré party is not universally adopted in reference books. After Stephane Dufoix one may talk about politiques d’exil or, as Anna Jaroszyńska-Kirchmann has suggested, about exile missions. Idesbald Goddeeris, a Belgian historian who studied exiles’ strategies for lobbying international organisations using the example of the Nouvelles Équipes Internationales,1 would be much closer to the concept of an émigré party. The research of historian Yossi Shain, who described the limits of loyalty of a community of exiles in their country of settlement,2 also shows an inclination towards this concept.
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