Ve la do io l'Europa

From the twelfth to fourteenth centuries, the Guelphs and Ghibellines, two opposing factions supporting the Pope and the Holy Roman Empire, struggled for power in Italy, which was not yet a unified state. Thousands of dead littered the ground after these fratricidal battles. Today that spirit is still alive throughout Italy. The heavy defeat suffered… » read more

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Posted by Alessio Pisanò

Let’s be honest, Juncker’s speech last Wednesday in Strasbourg was not the best in political history. Let’s get it straight: it was a well-built, concrete and competent speech, full of interesting promises and some effective sentences but, as it happens often in the EU political life, without a soul. The Brussels political elite continues implementing… » read more

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  The populists Farage and Murdoch, we are looking for someone to blame for the Brexit. However, the EU such as it is today is not enough anymore. Nigel Farage’s invectives, British and European populists’ clichés, the disgraceful propaganda made by Rupert Murdoch’s media, the split between England and Scotland, the generation gap between the… » read more

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Posted by Alessio Pisanò

While Cypriot bank deposit holders are in pain, Greece is still recovering, Spanish banks are struggling to survive and the whole Eurozone banking system is at stake, British chancellor George Osborne has tried up til the last minute to avoid the EU cap on banks bonuses reached some days ago in Brussels. As predicted, he… » read more

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Posted by Alessio Pisanò