Opinion Return of Mussolini: Will Powerful Anti-immigrant Populists Bring Down the Italian State?
It’s certainly 'anti-establishment' for Italy’s populist political leader Matteo Salvini to threaten violence if his demands are not met. But it's also dangerous in a country that's never really come to terms with its fascist past
Last week, Italy was expected to become the first major EU country to be led by a government of Eurosceptic populists. But, proving that things can always get worse, this week it has become the first major EU...
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