- 21 settembre 2022
Allievi in ostaggio
Torino, 11 novembre 1979: Valerio si trova in aula, alla Scuola di Amministrazione Aziendale...
- 31 marzo 2020
Fatti e misfatti
Parco Sempione e il Bosco in città, entrambi a Milano ......
- 24 marzo 2020
Calzedonia riconverte la produzione, arrivano nuove donazioni
Tra le altre iniziative, la campagna del gruppo Miroglio, l’impegno di Pellemoda a Empoli e di Limonta a Bergamo e un numero speciale di Vanity Fair dedicato a chi lavora per arginare l’epidemia
- 07 febbraio 2019
Siria, padre Dall’Oglio sarebbe vivo. Isis pronto a liberarlo per garantirsi la fuga
Paolo Dall'Oglio, il sacerdote gesuita rapito in Siria nel 2013, sarebbe ancora vivo e oggetto di una trattativa dello Stato islamico per sfuggire all'annientamentoin una delle ultime sacche di territorio sotto il suo controllo. Nessun riscontro, però, per il momento, da parte del Vaticano.
- 10 novembre 2015
Europe Needs an Industrial Policy
Just over a year ago in Brussels, leaders in Brussels debated an industrial compact, of European industrial policy—not for nostalgia but to work together to find a coherent combination of common policies and convergent approaches able to modernize the European system. This would bring it more in
- 17 settembre 2015
Relief! Yet the Debt Issue Remains
In a ‘debt-centered’ country such as Italy, the raise of interest rates is instinctively received in a bad way. Wherever that occurs. Hence, for a super indebted state, the decision by the Federal Reserve to leave Fed funds untouched, is at first glance a reason for relief. Yet, Italy would need to
- 09 settembre 2015
The New Germans
For ten years, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has been suspected of being unable to grieve. In the ’60s, psychologists Alexander and Margarete Mitscherlich attributed this syndrome—which consists of the inability to emphasize with the suffering of others—to the entire German population.
- 03 luglio 2015
Are We Certain It Is All Austerity’s Fault?
Firing shots at Europe has turned into a national, or supranational, sport—given the increased popularity of anti-euro movements in nearly all of the Old Continent’s countries. And the reasons to criticize Europe—not as an ideal, but as the ensemble of institutions that has governed over the past
- 24 giugno 2015
Obama apre alle trattative sugli ostaggi. Ma i critici accusano: non basta
New York – Barack Obama annnucia oggi la svolta di “policy” sugli ostaggi americani, un cambio che se non è radicale vuol essere però significativo. Che intende cancellare del tutto la minaccia che finora incombeva sulle famiglie dei prigionieri impegnate a tentare di pagare un riscatto. E che
- 16 giugno 2015
Default Is No Grexit
If anyone still thinks that five years of negotiations on the Greek debt are too many, it would be best to look back at the news stories from last week. In the middle of frantic and fruitless talks among Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, Europe and the creditors, an almost forgotten note from
- 02 aprile 2015
The Euro Zone Held Hostage by Athens and Berlin
The main risk for the stability of the global economy, according to the Fitch agency, does not come form the slowdown of emerging economies nor for the shift in the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy, but rather from a new crisis in the euro zone.
- 14 marzo 2015
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: European Edition
The duel between Greece and Germany has become fiery and has taken the euro zone as a hostage. Not in terms of technical issues, missing figures and black holes of an extremely tense and difficult negotiation but rather on personal resentments, national passions, conflicting and increasingly
- 23 gennaio 2015
Reality and representation. The show of force in the Democratic Party takes center stage, but it risks making us forget about what really counts. The electoral reform that Parliament is about to approve is a revolution for Italy’s political system: it guarantees a governability that is crucial for
- 16 gennaio 2015
Turkey’s Decisive Role
What convinced Jabhat Al Nusra—recognized by Al Qaeda leader, Ayman Al Zawahiri as the Syrian branch of the movement—to free Vanessa Marzullo and Greta Ramelli?
- 08 gennaio 2015
Now There Are No More Excuses to Avoid Expansive Measures
In 2002, former European Central Bank (ECB) member Otmar Issing presented a lecture titled: “The euro four years later: is there a risk of deflation?” A lot of water passed under the bridge, but the deflation finally arrived. The December index shows the euro zone’s inflation rate to be below zero.
- 14 novembre 2014
Neither Stop Nor Reverse
The Jobs Act unveils the contradictions of the majority on the labor market. Bridging the gap between former center-right Labor minister Maurizio Sacconi and
- 30 settembre 2014
Solving Europe’s Credibility Problem
PARIS – As the eurozone debates how to escape the stagnation trap in which it finds itself, one question has become increasingly important: Can governments
- 16 luglio 2014
Neorealism in the Interpretation of EU Rules
Yesterday, the Juncker era began in Strasbourg in the name of hope and pragmatism: the hope that does not live only of rhetoric and weak promises but rather of
- 27 giugno 2014
Without the Reform Bear Trap
Italy’s industry association, Confindustria, has cut its Italian economic growth forecast to 0.2 percent in 2014 from the 0.7 percent estimated in December,
- 05 giugno 2014
The Real Bazooka Is Still Not There
With a guilty delay, the specter of deflation has been named Europe’s number one public enemy. It is incomprehensible how important central bankers and