Giovanni Orsina

Giovanni Orsina is a professor of history at Luiss-Guido Carli University, Rome. He has written extensively on XXth century Italian and European politics. He is the author of Berlusconism and Italy: A Historical Interpretation (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014). He often comments on Italian and European politics for Italian and non-Italian media. He is a leading writer in the Turin newspaper La Stampa.

The Berlusconi Voter, Taken Seriously: a Little Exercise in Historical Comprehension

The Berlusconi phenomenon in Italy both anticipated and exhibits features that epitomize the plight of Western politics.     This is the third installment of ProMarket’s new article...

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