23 March 2020,
Chris Keulemans reflects on what living with the Coronavirus might teach us about the kind of life we really want.
‘Lies Won, Truth Lost’: Can the Nobel Prize Committee Really Separate a Handke’s Fiction from his Genocide Denying Politics?
16 December 2019,
Chris Keulemans on how the Nobel Prize for Peter Handke shows that literature is always political when you're rewriting history.
13 December 2019,
Dutch travelling writer Chris Keulemans reflects on his shock and sadness at seeing a once great nation fatally fracture itself.
TURKEY’S INVASION OF SYRIA: A Model of Democracy that has Inspired the Globe is Being Obliterated Before Our Eyes
22 October 2019,
Dutch travelling writer Chris Keulemans examines the tragedy unfolding in north-east Syria since Turkey launched its military offensive there.
The Warning of an Empty Lectern: Why Boris Johnson’s Brexit Humiliation is Dangerous for All Europeans
17 September 2019,
Dutch writer Chris Keulemans reflects on the battering Britain's standing has taken with the rest of Europe – but warns there is no room for complacency anywhere.
3 September 2019,
Chris Keulemans has spent the past three years at our sister organisation, Byline Festival, listening to a great national debate – going nowhere as truth crumbles.