Magnus Nome is a former Editor-in-Chief of openDemocracy. He is currently CEO of Science Addiction, and has previously worked as a writer, journalist and broadcaster in Oslo.
Published in: Can Europe Make It?Why a Nobel Nomination is utterly meaningless
We frequently encounter the honorific Nobel prize nominee, almost always referring to the Peace prize. But what does...
The side effects of good intentions and tolerance can be more suffering. We must let our hearts set our goals, but...
Passing the torch
openDemocracy's Editor-in-Chief is stepping down this summer to pursue new challenges. Here he writes about his two...
Published in: oD BlogWords and money
Our Editor-in-Chief responds to Yasmin Nair, who argues that those who write for free are 'scabs'.
Published in: oD BlogopenDemocracy - here to stay
Our Editor-in-Chief on our 2013 turnaround and how our readers can strengthen our influence for years to come
The Norwegian shift to the right: 10 short lessons on The Progress Party
Norway seems to have taken a sharp turn to the right, and some have warned of right-wing extremism in a bastion of...