Matteo Renzi Headlines

  • Neo-fascism and the troubling third way

    A new progressive politics is urgently needed in Italy and beyond, says Guy Standing Rula Jebreal’s poignant and accurate account of Italy’s drift into a dark political night (My beautiful Italy is being driven into the arms of fascists, 9 February) recalled the fact that Matteo Renzi’s attempt, as prime minister, to cast himself as the Italian Tony Blair, pursuing a third-way strategy, was doomed from the outset. As predicted in the Italian version of my book The Precariat, the pursuit of...

    the Guardian
  • Italy's Berlusconi: 600,000 migrants "ready" to commit crime

    Former Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi has asserted that 600,000 migrants who arrived illegally in Italy are “ready” to commit crimes and his center-right party would send nearly all back to their home countries.

    Washington Post
  • Italy's Berlusconi: 600,000 migrants "ready" to commit crime

    Former Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi has asserted that 600,000 migrants who arrived illegally in Italy are "ready" to commit crimes and his center-right party would send nearly all back to their home countries. Berlusconi made the comments in a TV interview on Sunday, a day after an...

    ABC News
  • Concern grows over long-term stability of Italian sovereign debt

    Italian banks are selling off their domestic sovereign debt at unprecedented rates, leading to concerns that they will be hit hard when the European Central Bank ceases quantitative easing.

    The Telegraph