Analysis: As the Far Right Rises, Italy’s Left is Missing in Action
by Matteo Tiratelli
Feature: Why Are Italian Beaches So Damn Expensive?
by Jack Harmsworth
Analysis: Italy’s Far Right Is About to Win Big As Unelected Government Falls
by Matteo Tiratelli
Analysis: When Will the West Stop Underestimating the Far Right?
by Ell Folan
Analysis: Bombers in Paris: The Arrest of Italy’s ‘Red Terrorists’ Raises the Spectre of Political Violence
by James Butler
Seven Italians were arrested in Paris this morning – all former members of ‘red terrorist’ groups active during Italy’s ‘years of lead’. James Butler explores the significance of these arrests, and the questions the left still needs to answer when it comes to political violence.
Opinion: Like All Digital Parties, the Northern Independence Party Is a Reflection of Our Broken Politics
by Paolo Gerbaudo
Report: Italy’s Migrants Are Being Attacked From Left and Right. They Aren’t Going to Take It Lying Down
by Alice Figes
Opinion: Italy is Being Governed By the Politics of Resentment
by David Broder
The Burner: The Burner Episode #207: Logistics and Production During the Crisis, Italian Lockdown
Craig Gent delves deeper into logistics and production during the crisis – as the market scramble reveals the failures in preparedness and resilience in the NHS. Will ‘just in time’ logistics leave us empty-handed in the face of a pandemic? Plus, Rosa Gilbert brings us more from Italy – including how to keep it together during […]
Ordered Home Without a Home: Italy’s Rough Sleepers Suffer Under Quarantine Rules
by Ben Munster
Novara FM: Left Populism, Coronavirus and Crisis
Novara FM: To Brexit and Beyond
Live: QUITALY? on Italy Exiting Europe
QUITALY = Quit-Italy On this episode of #TyskySour Michael Walker and Aaron Bastani are joined by political sociologist and author Paolo Gerbaudo to talk about what’s happening in Italy and why it matters to the Left and to the EU. We’ll also be discussing #SpyCops, Islamophobia in the Tory Party and more.
IMOBastani: Italy’s Choice: Democracy or the Euro
After the events of this week Italy – and Southern Europe – has a clear choice: Democracy or the Euro?