Italy’s Election Result Was A Hot Mess, Even By Italy's Standards
Italy’s Election Result Was A Hot Mess, Even By Italy's Standards - March 5, 2018. The world’s eighth-largest economy is now in the hands of a mix of antiestablishment, populist, and far-right forces. Muddling through isn’t a bug in Italian politics, it’s the defining feature. The country is used to instability: It has had more than 60 governments since the end of the Second World War.
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Putin to US and NATO, Now You Will Listen“This is about Russia: taken from “Michael Savages book, Trump Wars.” “Page 148-150. When Russia was a down-and-out wasteland after the Soviet Union fell, the neocons didn’t consider it a threat. But now it’s a rejuvenated country under a strong conservative leader who isn’t falling-down drunk in the Kremlin like his predecessor. And though Russia still only has an economy the size of Italy’s they do have tens of thousands of nuclear weapons…
2/23/18 Yet another threat to the EU | The Strategist More than other recent European elections except that of Germany, Italy’s election will be significant because of the size of its population and economy. At 65.5 million, Italy’s population is currently the fourth largest in the EU. In 2016 Italy accounted for 11.3% of EU GDP, or 14.5% if the UK is excluded.
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graphic showing where parties stand on migration, Europe and the economy: Centre-right Deport illegal migrants, take control of borders, Marshall Plan for Africa Revise treaties, refuse overregulation, no more austerity policies from Europe, protect "Made in Italy" products Facilitate credit lines for small- and medium-sized enterprises, help young people access labour market. Democratic Party No to Dublin regulation, stop aid for countries refusing to share burden More European political…
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Albenga is a city situated on the Gulf of Genoa in Italy. The economy of Albenga is primarily driven by tourism, local commerce, and agriculture. When viewing the town from above, it’s easy to see the amount of space dedicated to agriculture because.