Political Publications

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‘The Pope’s ‘anti-fascist’ Christmas tree’
Spiked-online.com, 29 December 2000
The Pope\'s \'anti-fascist\' Christmas tree

‘Italy’s unfashionable elections’
Spiked-online.com, 15 May 2001
Italy\'s unfashionable elections

‘Politics: A Disengaging Affair’
Italy Daily section of the International Herald Tribune, 18 May 2001
Politics A Disengaging Affair

‘Mixing Up Crime and Immigration’
Italy Daily section of the International Herald Tribune, 18 June 2001
Mixing Up Crime and Immigration

‘Putting Police Actions on Trial’
Italy Daily section of the International Herald Tribune, 26 July 2001
Putting Police Actions on Trial

‘The Genoa Tales’
Spiked-online.com, 24 July 2001
The Genoa Tales

‘Verwandelt die Wahl Berlusconis Italien zur “Bananenrepublik”?’
Novo, No. 53, July-August 2001
Verwandelt die Wahl Berlusconis Italien

‘The Italian gaffe’
Spiked-online.com, 2 October 2001
The Italian gaffe

‘The Road to Damascus’
Italy Daily section of the International Herald Tribune, 18 October 2001
The Road to Damascus

‘Challenging Pension Reforms’
Italy Daily section of the International Herald Tribune, 2-3 February 2002
Challenging Pension Reforms

‘A general lack of nerve’
Italy Daily section of the International Herald Tribune, 15 April 2002
A general lack of nerve

‘A cry to be heard’
Spiked-online.com, 18 April 2002
A cry to be heard

‘Where are Le Pen friends now?’
Spiked-online.com, 29 April 2002
Where are Le Pen friends now?

‘No far-right turn’
Italy Daily section of the International Herald Tribune, 3 May 2002
No far right turn

‘Playing at politics’
Spiked-online.com, 14 August 2002
Playing at politics

‘With the ring-a-ring o’ roses, democracy is falling down’
Italy Daily section of the International Herald Tribune, 19-20 October 2002
With the ring a ring o roses democracy is falling down

‘No peace in the piazza’
Spiked-online.com, 18 February 2003
No peace in the piazza

‘Italy’s flagging war’
Spiked-online.com, 4 March 2003
Italy\'s flagging war

‘When il capo met kapo’
Spiked-online.com, 10 July 2003
When il capo met kapo

‘Behind the lines of the general strike’
Spiked-online.com, 30 October 2003
Behind the lines of the general strike

‘No Beating about the Bush’
Spiked-online.com, 8 June 2004
No Beating about the Bush

‘Careless Whimper’
Tech Central Station Daily, 6 August 2004
Careless Whimper

‘Were Londoners told the truth?’
Spiked-online.com, 14 July 2005
Were Londoners told the truth?

‘Prodi v Berlusconi: Italy’s ugliest election?’
Spiked-online.com, 11 April 2006
Prodi v Berlusconi: Italy\'s ugliest election?

‘Playing politics with abortion’
Spiked-online.com, 22 February 2008
Playing politics with abortion

‘Pantomime politics, Italian-style’
Spiked-online.com, 30 January 2008
Pantomime politics, Italian-style

‘Why Berlusconi beat the “Italian Obama”‘
Spiked-online.com, 16 April 2008
Why Berlusconi beat the \"Italian Obama\"

‘Democracy takes a beating in Italy’
Spiked-online.com, 17 December 2009
Democracy takes a beating in Italy

‘Italy: why the EU is panicked by populism’
Spiked-online.com, 4 March 2013
Italy: why the EU is panicked by populism

‘Book Review: Mick Hume, There is No Such Thing As a Free Press…and we need one more than ever.’
Theory in Action, 31 January 2014
Book Review: Mick Hume, There is No Such Thing As a Free Press…and we need one more than ever.

‘Matteo Renzi and Italy’s coup d’état.’
Spiked-online.com, 20 February 2014
Matteo Renzi and Italy’s coup d’état

‘THE REJECTION OF RENZI: A GOOD DAY FOR DEMOCRACY.’
Spiked-online.com, 6 December 2016
THE REJECTION OF RENZI: A GOOD DAY FOR DEMOCRACY

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