After yesterday's Italian election, the old is dying and something superficially different but not altogether new has been born.
On this day in 1943, a strike in Italy’s FIAT company marked the beginning of the end for Mussolini.
Today’s Italian election has much to tell us about Europe’s future.
As Italians get ready to go to the polls this weekend, the center-left is preparing to do a deal with Silvio Berlusconi.
The euro was at the center of Italian political debate for years. But, as election day approaches, the issue has vanished from the stage.