Why have parties of the centre-left come unstuck across Western Europe since the turn of the century, asks historian Donald Sassoon in an extract from his new book, Morbid Symptoms: Anatomy of a World in Crisis.
Stefano Palombarini, co-author of The Last Neoliberal, marks the return of the technocratic Italian Prime Minister and warns that this is only the morbid symptoms of a politics without future
The author of multiple books, Losurdo focused on uncomfortable political leaders and themes that mainstream thought preferred to banish.
In this excerpt from The Comrade from Milan, Rosanna Rossanda recounts her experiences of May 1968 between Italy and France.
An interview with Rossana Rossanda on the Italian elections and the future of the Italian left.
In this wide-ranging interview, Castellina addresses the Italian elections, the past and future of the communist left, and contemporary struggles of workers and women.
An interview with Rossana Rossanda on her life in politics and Italy today.
David Broder offers background on Italy's populist Five Star Movement.
After the Italian election, the old is dying and something superficially different but not all that new has been born.
The question of coalitions will be the decisive factor in the character of the next Italian government.