Katerina Kolozova Is Professor of political philosophy in Skopje and Belgrade, author of Capitalism’s Holocaust of Animals (Bloomsbury Academic-UK, 2019) and Cut of the Real: Subjectivity in Poststructuralist Philosophy (Columbia University Press, 2014).
The defeat of liberalism, murder of freedom and glimpse of a new Utopia
The entire poststructuralist episteme has been mainstreamed, arriving at a global consensus that nothing is...
Turning the Macedonian tables: what if the solution to the identity issue is the basis for solving the name of the state?
Perhaps an identity-related distinction rather than a geographical one could resolve the dispute more swiftly and on...
Macedonia: the authoritarian challenge to Europe
Macedonia's "hybrid regime" poses a serious threat to Europe, and the EU needs to act now before it's too late.