Tag: Matteo Salvini

It’s not every day your father’s prized possession is at the top of news. But wherever I turned that hot August morning in Turin, from The Guardian to La Repubblica, to Rai 1, there it was. (More…)

Proportion explains a lot in life. This has become painfully obvious in the era of COVID-19 when the underlying sociopathy of the US president and of the party he leads can most clearly be seen in their signal failure to understand what the numbers mean. (More…)

Religion is not a country. But, if you’re looking to burnish your nationalist credentials, savaging a young woman for converting to Islam means otherwise. (More…)

Greece is a niche subject. That is if the street art of the German capital is the decider. Off the walls for the better part of the last decade, Athens hasn’t figured prominently since the 2008 economic crisis, when it appeared everywhere. That is, until now. (More…)

The threat was unambiguous. “He that diggeth a pit, shall fall into it,” wrote Russia’s Defence Ministry Spokesman Major General Igor Konashenkov, on Facebook. (More…)

Every disaster has a silver lining. You just have to be heartless enough to exploit it. (More…)

“I thought this was supposed to be a movement of young people? Everyone’s our age, even older. So far.” (More…)

Hitler never pretended to like Jews. His hatred was unambiguous. (More…)

Chaos reigned on the road between Musso and Dongo, two small towns north of Lake Como. (More…)