Kalypso Nicolaïdis is the Chair in International Affairs, School of Transnational Governance at the European University Institute (EUI). She teaches the theories and practice of international relations, European integration, international political economy, negotiation and game theory, and research methods. Previously Professor at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government, she has worked with numerous EU institutions, including as a member of the European Council’s reflection group on the future of Europe chaired by Felipe González (2008–10). She is currently chair of the Oxford Working Group on Brexit as well as the Global PeaceTech programme. Her research interests revolve around internal and external aspects of European integration as well as global affairs, theatres of recognition, democratic theory, solidarity and empathy, global governance and international trade, sustainable integration, post-colonialism, myth and politics and the import of new technologies on international relations. Her latest book is: Exodus, Reckoning, Sacrifice: Three Meanings of Brexit (2019).
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