Once upon a time, four British rock stars of the book world - Ken Follett, Lee Child, Jojo Moyes and Kate Mosse - decided to go on an anti-Brexit European crusade to keep hold of their links with their European readers. Along the way they stopped off at FRANCE 24's studios in Paris to talk to Culture Editor Eve Jackson and Europe Editor Catherine Nicholson about their Brexit shame, their disappointment with UK politics and why they felt the need to tell their European fans that they still love them. For
Kalypso Nicolaïdis, a professor of international relations at Oxford University and Franco-Greek author, says the EU needs to pivot the way it thinks from space to time - with a focus on long-term goals - in order to establish lasting peace and unity. Her new book "Exodus, Reckoning, Sacrifice: Three Meanings of Brexit" uses Greek mythology to draw comparisons between the epic battles that are being fought today and the historic tales of the past. She joined us for Perspective.