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About Pavlos Eleftheriadis

Pavlos Eleftheriadis is Associate Professor of Law and a Fellow of Mansfield College at the University of Oxford. He is a barrister in England and Wales and practises in EU law. He is the author of Legal Rights (Oxford University Press, 2008) and the co-editor (with Julie Dickson) of The Philosophical Foundations of European Union Law (Oxford University Press, 2012). You can follow him on twitter at @PEleftheriadis.

Articles by Pavlos Eleftheriadis

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Rosemary Bechler is openDemocracy’s Editor.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

The Illegitimacy of Brexit

Britain voted to leave the EU. But there is no mandate for where it should go.

Why I am standing as a candidate for To Potami in the upcoming Greek election

To Potami is a new party running on a budget many times smaller than that of its rivals. Its voice, however, is increasingly being heard and its support keeps growing. 

Greek referendum: voting for or against Europe?

Why does Syriza say that it wants to stay in the Euro while doing exactly the opposite of what is required to achieve it?, To Potami asks.

Are Syriza progressive reformers or cynical populists?

Syriza's approach to both European and domestic issues has shown the party more interested in power and self-preservation than in reform.

Syriza's limited options

Unless Syriza changes its rhetoric now and unless it explains the facts about the EU and the economy, it will be incapable of justifying any of these decisions to its voters several months down the line.

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