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In a climate of widespread discontent with Italy's political establishment, a new election might wipe out most of the parties in the current government coalition.
To understand whether the referendum will plunge Italy into a crisis, we need to unpack the problem in its three essential components: the reform; the Renzi's factor; and the country’s economy.
After 1992, the transformation of the Italian left was slow and subtle, but by no means less detrimental to the quality of the country’s democratic system.
Your victory, Mr Trump, is and always will be remembered as the best possible example of the true and incomparable wisdom of the people.
The faith Americans place on the “informed citizen” is rather misguided. There are no such things as active and fully informed citizens.
Using ARPANET was like being given a telephone and unlimited credit only to find out that the only users we can call don’t speak our language.
The idea of flexibility is an important building block of the Internet we use today. It has also made it a much more difficult environment to control.
Having begun as a military answer to a Cold War threat (the Sputnik), the ARPANET turned into a completely different kind of network.
On October 29, 1969, an experiment at UCLA sparked a communication revolution, the implications of which are still unfolding nearly five decades later.
Silvio Berlusconi’s rise to power, hand in hand with his monopoly of mainstream media, made the Internet the favourite harbour for nonaligned audiences and dissident voices.