Italy

Greece Aims to Build a Wall at Sea

As migration from Turkey and North Africa picks up once again, Southern Europe is scrambling to find coping solutions. Greece,…

Putting a Cap on Farm Subsidies

Late last year, a New York Times investigation blew the cover on how EU farming subsidies, known as the Common…

Corruption Perception Index Highlights Successes and Concerns for EU Nations

The Corruption Perception Index, collated by anti-corruption coalition Transparency International, ranks 180 countries and territories around the world by their…

The EU Takes Charge on Libya

A high-profile summit that convened on January 19TH in Berlin sought to build the base for a lasting ceasefire in…

Europe Enters 2020 with an Open Mind on Cannabis

On December 27th, Italy’s top court announced that growing small amounts of marijuana at home for private use, though not…

Questions Over Cyber Security Cause Uncertainty in Europe

As 5G mobile networks go live around the world, the new technology is predicted to change the way users live…

2020: What Lies Ahead for Southern European Nations?

France As Brexit continues to engulf European headlines and major EU players such as Italy, Spain, and Germany continue to…

Alitalia Rescue Plan Falls Through

A deal between Italian railway group Ferrovie dello Stato, Delta, and the Atlantia infrastructure group to save airline carrier Alitalia,…

Showing Cracks: Italy’s Beaten Infrastructure

Last week, record-high floodwaters led to a massive landslide in Italy’s northwestern region of Liguria, causing a highway viaduct to…

Italy’s Sardines Challenge Salvini

In Italy, the expression “packed like sardines” has now taken on a political meaning. On November 12th, four friends decided…
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