Badges and other wearable markings had a long history of being used to target Jewish people in Europe.
Giorgia Meloni famously became the first woman prime minister last year. Now she has a female opponent as leader of the Democratic party.
Organised crime gangs appear to have realised that committing fewer murders enables them to fly under the radar more easily.
For many readers of Dante, there is in fact no connection between his writing and rightwing thinking.
Italy’s administration has adopted increasingly hostile policies towards migrants of late. Yet, history reminds us the latter may not be that different from past generations of Italians.
The mafia boss is the last known face of the Cosa Nostra crime syndicate. But his capture represents the end of an era, not the end of the mafia in Sicily.
Many Italians would disagree but there are ways of cooking pasta and saving energy.
Designed to act as a call for ideas and projects by all of Genoa’s stakeholders, Rolli Lab seeks to enhance the World Heritage site’s impact on city’s cultural, social and economic activity.
How political parties such as Fidesz, Brothers of Italy, and the National Rally form part of the European Parliament.
The so-called New Right is aiming for an ideological renewal of right-wing politics by focusing on cultural identity and the politics of belonging. Here’s why that’s so ominous.
A century since the dictator staged a coup, a party with fascist roots is once again in power.
For the first time, two populist radical-right partners are teaming up to form a government. So who is the outsider now?
History tells us that non-recognition works and that simply accepting illegal invasions sets a dangerous precedent.
France’s nuclear energy supply and public support schemes for households have in particular helped to limit the rise in prices.
The baby drop box is a revival of centuries-old cultural practices from the Italian Renaissance when reproductive rights were zero.
Italy’s next prime minister promises a lot on the campaign trail but the reality of government will prove a shock.
Italy will have its first woman prime minister. And both Italy and Western Europe will have their first far-right majority government since the fall of Mussolini and the end of the Second World War.
The return of fascist discourse has been several decades in the making and owes a lot to Matteo Salvini.
With the opposition all but giving up, a party with origins in post-war fascism is poised to form a government.
The far-right leader of the Brothers of Italy has tried to distance the party from its fascist lineage, but many are still worried about the direction she will take the country.