Kalypso Nicolaidis is professor of International Relations at the University of Oxford and author of the recently published “"Exodus, Reckoning, Sacrifice: Three Meanings of Brexit”, London: Unbound.
Published in: Can Europe Make It?: OpinionHow do we fix Europe’s presidency dilemma?
A single president, elected by almost 500 million, would not be an appropriate solution for the EU
From Oedipus to coronavirus: Homo Sapiens and the making of scapegoats
We are supposed to know that scapegoating is simply an ancient deluded way for societies to take back control...
Coronavirus: towards the Eruvian age
"These limits do not work if they are simply dictated by those in positions of authority. Instead, they need to be...
What kind of Brit shall I be?
Kalypso Nicolaidis is one of hundreds of European citizens becoming British every week. She has just published an...
Catalonia and the theatres of recognition
Isn’t it the case that fellow Europeans not only have the right to comment on the affairs of their neighbours but...
Published in: HomeWalking the grid of freedom
Venice may be sinking, Istanbul spinning, Beijing rising, Rio dancing, London globalising, Paris greying, but New...