Category Archives: politics

The importance of being Charlie

The terrorist attack against the satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo, in which 12 people were left dead this Wednesday in Paris (and which was followed by the killing of 5 more people on Thursday and Friday by a third gunman, … Continue reading

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Time for change in a slowly agonizing Italy

Italy will elect on Sunday and Monday its new Parliament, at one of the most critical points in its recent history. In a country drained by one of its worst recessions, ridden by ongoing corruption scandals and shaken by a … Continue reading

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Rethinking, rebuilding: Democracy

Democracy, seen as a process of decision making based on the sheer majority rule, can be to many extents not only extremely approximative, but often deeply unfair, to the point of being inhuman. I see majority rule somehow as a … Continue reading

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Changes – Looking back, and ahead

Really glad to see that things have really changed since my March 3rd post. And hoping it will keep moving in the right direction, and by the proper paths…

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