An Italian Explains Berlusconi and the Rise of Italian Populism to Me, an American
After insurgents cleaned up in the Italian election, the disgraced three-time prime minister is somehow relevant again.
Game Changers: Arrigo Sacchi & AC Milan
Arrigo Sacchi led AC Milan to successive European Cups in 1989 and 1990. "I didn't do it because I wanted to write history," he later recalled. "I did it because I wanted to give 90 minutes of joy to people."
Five Hated Politicians Who Were More Popular Than Ed Miliband
People prefer some of the most disliked people in politics to the Labour leader.
Joe Sandler Clarke
Will the Tony Blair of Italian Politics Get the Country Out of Its Slump?
Matteo Renzi was appointed Prime Minister last week, making him Italy's youngest ever leader.
Silvio Berlusconi's Angry 'Whores' Still Love Him
I went to a pro-Berlusconi rally in Rome. It was pretty weird.
by Leonardo Bianchi. Photos by Federico Tribbiol
This Week in Racism
Former Italian Prime Minister Dressed up Strippers to Look Like Barack Obama
Who would think that's sexy?
In Defence of Silvio Berlusconi
In our new column, infamous lawyer Giovanni Di Stefano defends seemingly reprehensible people.
Giovanni Di Stefano
the holy trinity issue
I’ve Got an Alien in My Head
I never imagined I'd be telling people's fortunes.
Silvio Berlusconi's Swan Dive
The global debtpocalypse just got even less funny.
Who Will The Guardian Go For Next?
The Guardian still has some names on its hate list to put a red line through.