Mediterranean Blues

An Interview with Amb. Giulio Terzi

Italy’s domestic politics reveal a crisis somewhat similar to that afflicting our own: the emergence of serious challenges to a class of political elites seen as self-dealing and out of touch. Amb. Giulio Terzi, Italy’s former minister for foreign affairs, speaks candidly in this interview about the current ideological divide, Italy’s place in Europe more broadly, and the problems confronting essential international institutions.

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