Tagged with "S&P and Italy"
  • Riace

    Italy's migration dilemma

    It must be realised that Italy is not the UK or Germany which have had migration since the 1960s. In Italy’s case the problem has been emigration, and mass immigration is quite new to them. Between political correctness and plummeting birth rates, quite a debate is raging

    by Tim Hedges - 17 October 2018
  • Matteo_salvini

    Italy's far-Right repositions itself in bid to govern

    Italy's pro-European old guard has been swept away. Now the far-Right La Lega party led by Matteo Salvini is repositioning itself in what is emerging as a serious bid to take power. Brussels, meanwhile, looks on in horror as any real world outcome to the horse trading is certain to yield a Eurosceptic government

    by Tim Hedges -  8 March 2018
  • Rome

    Italy kicks off another big year for Europe

    In 2017 we reach the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, but the main concern is that Europe will remain in denial and stupor. But the economic difference between Europe's north and south continues to widen, as turbulent Italy so clearly demonstrates. Hold on to your seats

    by Tim Hedges -  9 January 2017
  • Federica_mogherini

    The EU's new, Italian foreign policy supremo

    People will like the look of EU foreign policy with the appointment of Federica Mogherini as the new Brussel's supremo. But if Vladimir Putin may swoon, will you once you know how she got the job?

    by Tim Hedges -  1 September 2014
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    Eurozone crisis deepens after Italy downgrade, highlighting folly of the whole enterprise

    Italy has just become the sixth Eurozone country to be downgraded by a major credit rating agency as the consequences of reckless deep integration become ever clearer

    by The Commentator - 20 September 2011