What is currently unfolding in the U.S. is what happens when you develop a healthcare system predicated around extracting profit from sick bodies, writes Mike Pappas.
COVID-19: Pandemic Memo to CN from Italian Hot Spot in Lombardy
It’s time to re-think what it means to be prepared to face threats, and what type of political and economic institutions we need to do so, writes Andrew Spannaus.
Regional Victory Spotlights Italy’s Sardines Movement
Attilio Moro says the children of the left-wing Emilian establishment chose their name to suggest that if they stick together tightly, they are safer and able to protect themselves from the larger fish.
Italy’s Confused, Radicalized Response to Migrants
Attilio Moro calls for concrete policies to tame the forces of global capitalism which, while overlooked by both sides of the debate, have been driving mass illegal immigration.
WATCH: CN Live! Episode 8 on Three Crises: in Britain, Italy and Kashmir, with Pakistan’s UN Ambassador
The 8th episode of CN Live! looked at three political crises: the drama unfolding in Westminster over Brexit; the new cabinet in Italy and India’s attempt to annex Kashmir.
Russiagate Comes to Italy
The populist League party may be joining the ranks of other entities and individuals who have been discredited for not aligning with NATO’s anti-Russian posture, writes Andrew Spannaus.
WATCH THE REPLAY: WikiLeaks Editor Kristinn Hrafnsson, Michael Isikoff, Pepe Escobar, As’ad AbuKhalil on CN Live!
WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Kristinn Hrafnsson, journalists Michael Isikoff and Pepe Escobar, political scientist As’ad AbuKhalil and author George Szamuely on Episode 2 of CNLive!
What Italy Can Learn From its Women’s Soccer Team
Where male-dominated soccer, politics and the economy thrive in the cult of individualism, the women work in solidarity with each other, like workers of days gone by, says Attilio Moro.
China’s European Moment Has Arrived
The simplicities of the postwar order have just begun to pass into history, writes Patrick Lawrence.
Italy Looks to China
The U.S. and EU may worry about Rome joining the New Silk Road, but it’s their fault, writes Andrew Spannaus.